Societe Generale Group is developing an active diversity policy, notably in terms of gender parity. Beyond the ethical and societal issues, the conviction has emerged that innovation and achievement start with the sharing of ideas between people of varied profiles. International Women’s Day 2017 calls for mobilisation towards a 50-50 world by 2030. Discover employees’ perspectives on this issue and their viewpoints on the role of women in a changing workplace.

Reflecting the diversity of the world

As we adapt to a constantly changing environment and the aspirations of our clients, Societe Generale affirms its societal values in terms of the diversity of our teams.

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To mark International Women’s Day 2017, Laure Quennouëlle-Corre, Research Director at the CNRS, and Sabine Effosse, University Professor (Paris Nanterre), share their view of the role of women in the workplace. This also provides an opportunity to mention their upcoming international symposium on “Women who count” to discuss the progress made by women in the banking and financial sector since the 19th century.