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• NRE appendices – social chapter

NRE social indicators 2006 Comments

12. working hours and days for full-time

employees

In France, the working week for a full-time employee is generally considered

to be 35 hours. For BNP Paribas SA, the theoretical number of days worked

per employee per year (on a fixed working hours basis) was 205 in 2006.

13. working week for part-time employees 11.4% of employees have chosen one of the part-time work arrangements

made available, of which the main ones are 50%, 60% or 80% of a full-time

equivalent. The 80% option has been selected by almost 70.2% of part-time

employees, of whom 94% are women.

14. Absenteeism and reasons

for absenteeism

In 2006, the absentee rate for BNP Paribas SA in mainland France was

4.48%. Maternity leave accounted for 1.37% of the total. The rate of 3.11%

for non-maternity-related absenteeism is one of the lowest in BNP Paribas

SA’s history. After maternity leave, non-work-related illnesses were the most

common reason for long-term absences.

See the 2006 Social Report.

15. Remuneration The average monthly remuneration of BNP Paribas SA employees in mainland

France was EUR 2,942 in 2006.

- 95.6% of employees received a variable remuneration bonus (95.4% of

women and 95.8% of men).

- 39.7% were awarded an increase in fixed remuneration.

- 12.2% were promoted.

See Human Resources Development – A broad and competitive remuneration

package, p. 72

Scope

concerned

SA

mainland

France

SA

mainland

France

SA

mainland

France

SA

mainland

France

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