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• NRE appendices – social chapter

NRE social indicators 2006 Comments

5. Number of new permanent and fixed-term

contract employees

In 2006, approximately 14,000 new employees were recruited worldwide

on permanent contracts.

The Group hired 4,693 new employees on permanent contracts in France

in 2006, up 19% on 2005.

BNP Paribas SA added 3,298 new FTEs in mainland France, 1,387 men

(42%) and 1,911 women (58%). Of the total, 526 were on fixed-term

contracts (147 men and 379 women) and 200 were hired on permanent

contracts following a fixed-term contract (65 men and 135 women).

See Human Resources Development – Recruitment for more extensive

and detailed information on this topic, p. 69

6. Recruitment difficulties Despite a more competitive market context, BNP Paribas remains a very

attractive employer among job seekers, with over 150,000 unsolicited job

applications received in 2006. The Internet was the medium of choice

for 75% of these applications.

In 2006, unlike in previous years, new hires included young graduates

and experienced employees in equal proportions.

See Human Resources Development – Recruitment for more extensive

and detailed information on this topic, p. 69

7. Number of and reasons for dismissals In 2006, the number of employees dismissed by BNP Paribas SA

in mainland France amounted to 230 FTEs. The main reasons for dismissals

remain professional incompetence.

8. Overtime hours In 2006, BNP Paribas SA paid 61,164 hours of overtime in mainland France,

representing 0.1% of regular hours worked.

Scope

concerned

Group

Group

France

SA

mainland

France

Group

France

SA

mainland

France

SA

mainland

France

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