Carlos Tavares (M)
Chairman of the Managing Board
PSA has been keeping a constant commitment to the United Nations Global Compact since 2003. Together with its stakeholders, the Group signed a global framework agreement on corporate social responsibility in 2006. PSA is committed to respecting and promoting the fundamental human rights and to applying the best human resources management and development practices, especially toward women employment and gender equality. PSA has adopted an ambitious policy toward gender equality, capitalizing on promoting women in its professions therefore generating added value and business performance. By supporting equal opportunities and by objectively measuring performance based on skills and achievements, the Group helps all employees in their engagement and motivation while developing a culture of economic efficiency and business performance. By signing the United Nations Women Empowerment Principles, PSA keeps on building on its corporate responsibility and its associated policies and procedures. Committing to the United Nations Women Empowerment Principles will provide PSA with an internationally recognized framework to be applied to all subsidiaries and countries of operation. It will be used to assess practices in the countries, to identify new actions for progress and to promote the best practices.
Less than 30% women employees.
Less than 30% women at management level.
Between 30% and 49% women on boards/executive team/partners.