Geodis to reward managers who drive its global gender diversity aims

Promotion of gender parity will be reflected in Geodis’s bonus structure, as it looks set to reach its target of at least 25% women in management positions by 2023.
Top managers who work to promote women will be rewarded financially, said CEO Marie-Christine Lombard (pictured), noting that women are already represented on all the company’s regional management committees.
“We now want to go further,” she added.
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[FAQ]Where Does The Maritime Industry Stand On The Gender Pay Gap?

In the EU, women work almost 2 months for free each year compared to men and this is no different in maritime industry which is already struggling to maintain a level of gender diversity. Latest data reveal a current gender pay gap of 43% in the UK maritime industry alone.

What exactly is the gender pay gap?

The difference between the average gross hourly earnings of men and women expressed as a percentage of the average gross hourly earnings of men. This means the gap cannot be justified on the...

Time for (an inevitable) change – more women at the top in logistics

It’s International Women’s Day (IWD), and The Loadstar’s inbox and social media channels are full of stories of women in logistics.
“Let’s focus on one of ‘them’”, say companies excitedly, publishing an image of a female staff member in a hi-vis jacket, seeing a chance for marketing opportunities, a chance to jump on the bandwagon. (“We employ women! Even in the warehouse!”)
A gender-washing, if you will (or ‘pink it and shrink …

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Women’s Job Roles In Maritime Industry

According to Spinnaker’s Maritime HR Association data, the proportion of male and female employees within the global shore-based workforce remained largely stable in 2020 – 56% male, 41% female, and 3% unknown, says an article published in Splash247.

Crewing Roles in Large Membership Countries

In countries with a large membership presence (500+ employees) only the UK and the Philippines are found to employ more women than men overall, at 53% and 67% of the workforce respectively – the result of a...

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