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French Gender Pay Gap Reports

Since 2019, all France-based employers with 50 or more employees are required to publish a gender pay gap (“GPG”) report on an annual basis. The report must contain these calculations:

  • Pay gap between men and women
  • Pay gap between the individual wage increase rate between men and women (excluding promotions)
  • Pay gap of promotion rate between men and women
  • Percentage of employees who received a wage increase the year they returned from maternity leave, if the wage increase occurred during the time the employee was on maternity leave
  • Number of employees of the under-represented sex amongst the 10 employees who received the highest wages

Below, please find the most recent PPD Gender Pay Gap Report:

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