In total, the gender equality index now covers approximately 14,800 employees, representing 94% of its workforce in France. Of these 14,800 employees in France, 82% are above the 75 point threshold out of 100 with more than half (53%) in the higher category, scoring 88 points out of 100 or more.
The scores are as follows (out of 100 points, with a minimum of 75 points to be achieved):
- ArcelorMittal Distribution Solutions France (737 employees): 88 out of 100
- ArcelorMittal Maizières Research (589 employees): 88 out of 100
- ArcelorMittal Construction France (951 employees): 84 out of 100
- ArcelorMittal Wire France (510 employees): 84 out of 100
- ArcelorMittal France Saint-Denis (308 employees): 83 out of 100
- ArcelorMittal Gandrange (292 employees): 79 out of 100
- ArcelorMittal Service Centres (693 employees): 61 out of 100
These 7 companies represent a total of 4,080 employees.
ArcelorMittal Service Centres is the only one to score slightly below the 75 point threshold. Despite a good performance on equal pay (36 points out of 40), the overall score is lower due a gap in individual increases. Corrective actions have already been implemented to help the company improve in this area.
In March 2019, ArcelorMittal published the gender equality index for its three largest companies in France, which together represent nearly 11,000 employees:
- ArcelorMittal France, formerly ArcelorMittal Atlantique et Lorraine* (6,900 employees): 89 out of 100
- ArcelorMittal Méditerranée (2,600 employees): 83 out of 100
- ArcelorMittal Industeel (1,100 employees): 73 out of 100**
ArcelorMittal's proactive policies in the field of professional equality have made it possible in particular to achieve a good overall level of equal pay, equal individual increases and individual increase rates upon return from maternity leave.