Mentoring, anonymous CV… The tools of large groups to feminize

In 2022, twelve CAC 40 companies had at least 30% women on their executive committee. 84436703/Monkey Business –

STORY – Some are rethinking their practices so that more women can access management positions.

Last year, twelve CAC 40 companies had at least 30% women on their executive committee, according to a study carried out by Skema Business School based on the 2022 annual reports. Among these pioneers are not only companies that attract easily female profiles such as banks (BNP Paribas, Société Générale, Crédit Agricole), beauty and luxury champions (L’Oréal, Kering), but also Michelin, Saint-Gobain, Dassault Systèmes, Schneider Electric or Legrand. Industrial groups traditionally less sought after by women, and which recruit their executives mainly from engineering schools where girls hardly represent a quarter of graduates.

If they overcame this obstacle, it was first of all thanks to a strong desire on the part of their leaders to feminize their teams. Jean-Pascal Tricoire, at Schneider Electric, made it his credo in 2006. It was also one of Benoît Coquart’s priorities when he arrived at the general management…

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