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key figures

191 employees

hired in 2022

130 recruitments

scheduled in 2023


years old on average

67% – 33%

men / women

8.5 years

of seniority on average


of the workforce declared as disabled

60 to 65

work/study students planned for 2023

Over 21,800 

hours of training completed in 2022

About 3%

of the payroll devoted to training


LEGALLAIS gender equality index of  women / men in 2022


38% (female) – 62% (male)

Representation of women and men among our senior executives



38% (female) – 62% (male)

Representation of women and men among our members of our governing bodies


Pay gap33/40
Individual increases20/20
Individual increases in the year of return from maternity leave15/15
Representation among the 10 highest earners5/10

(1) The aim is to minimize the pay gap between men and women, for equal skills, experience and performance, by the end of our company agreement (i.e. 2025).

(2) The aim is to work towards parity among the 10 highest paid employees. Note that the result obtained in 2021 was not significant as the implementation of our new governance during 2021 allowed us to reduce this gap for the 2022 index. In 2022, our rating will change from 0 to 5 points.