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DIVERSITY

Breakdown of the Group workforce by age, gender and geographical region (see asterisk)

(asterisk) Physical headcount on 97% of Group headcount (permanent and fixed-term contracts).
Women : 100,960, 54% (Four domestic markets, Europe excluding domestic markets, Rest of the world) Men : 87,014, 46% (Four domestic markets, Europe excluding domestic markets, Rest of the world)
Under 25 5,072 2,759
25-29 14,532 10,664
30-34 19,917 15,315
35-39 17,192 14,447
40-44 13,345 12,481
45-49 9,840 9,399
50-54 10,090 9,408
55-59 8,241 9,020
60-64 2,374 3,183
65 and over 357 308

The average age of Group employees is 40.5 years (40.2 in 2013), and their average length of service is 12.2 years (12.1 in 2013). The Group’s age structure remains balanced overall.

Gender equality

The target of 25% of women holding senior management positions by end-2014 has been achieved. In France, women make up 46.6% of managers and 33.5% of executives. On 16 September 2014, BNP Paribas signed an agreement on professional equality with the European Committee, thus strengthening the Group’s commitment to gender equality in 20 countries representing 67.6% of the workforce.

2012 2013 2014
Percentage women managers (France) 45% 45.8% 46.6%
Percentage women executives (France) 30% 31.8% 33.5%
Percentage women in senior management (Group) 21.3% 22% 25%

Average retirement age of employees aged 55 or over

2012 2013 2014
France 60.5 60.5 60.7
Belgium 59.7 60.4 61.1
Italy 60.1 58.8 59.7
Luxembourg 58.7 58.7 59.1
Europe (excluding domestic markets) n/a (see asterisk)
(asterisk) n/a: not available.
59.7 60.6
Rest of the world n/a 60.8 60.8
Total 60.2 60.2 60.7

Number of employees with disabilities

In countries where the Group is authorised to record employees with disabilities, 2,931 are listed, across 26 countries. In 2014, 150 employees were hired in ten countries. In addition to the legal obligations, entities from 14 countries signed collective best-offer agreements or took measures favourable to employees with disabilities.

2012 2013 2014
France 1,248 1,350 1,398
(of which BNP Paribas SA) (1,088) (1,170) (1,203)
BNP Paribas Fortis Belgium 68 66 69
Italy 635 660 679
(of which BNL) (513) (520) (524)
Luxembourg 36 59 53
(of which BGL BNP Paribas) (27) (47) (52)
Europe (excluding domestic markets) 620 720 664
Rest of the world 17 50 68
Total 2,624 2,905 2,931

EMPLOYEE-MANAGEMENT DIALOGUE

Number of collective agreements signed

174 new collective agreements were signed in 16 countries. These agreements, and where applicable, any previous agreements still in force, covered in decreasing order: compensation and benefits, employment, organisation of work, governance of employee relations, as well as health and safety at work, diversity, professional equality or inclusion and employees with disabilities.

2012 2013 2014
France 69 90 76
(of which BNP Paribas SA) (8) (7) (8)
Belgium 12 11 10
(of which BNP Paribas Fortis) (10) (7) (8)
Italy 51 46 62
(of which BNL) (30) (23) (36)
Luxembourg (industry agreement) 1 1 1
Europe (excluding domestic markets) 5 34 9
Rest of the world 10 32 16
Total 148 214 174

A COMPETITIVE COMPENSATION POLICY

Average annual compensation (See note 1)

(Note 1) Gross data for workforce with two years’ service, excluding executive management (G100), compensated as at 31/12/2013 excluding employers’ contributions but including fixed salary, commissions and variable compensation paid throughout the year, excluding deferred payments, profit-sharing and investment plans.
2013 (See note 2)
(Note 2) Slight adjustment to the 2013 figures due to the harmonisation of definitions.
2014
France (See note 3)
(Note 3) All entities excluding BNP Paribas Real Estate, over a 35-hour work period.
(of which BNP Paribas SA)
€51,615 €52,018
Belgium (BNP Paribas Fortis) €69,920 €70,525
Italy (BNL) €49,712 €50,600
Luxembourg €75,295 €77,436