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• NRE appendices – social chapter

NRE social indicators 2006 Comments

19. Gender equality in the workplace See Human resources Development – Promoting diversity, p. 77

52.8% of BNP Paribas employees worldwide are women

(based on physical headcount).

BNP Paribas SA’s FTE staff in mainland France is composed of 17,997 men

and 21,241 women.

Following the agreement of 9 April 2004 on gender equality, a new agreement

was entered into on 28 July 2006 defining the rules for changes in individual

remuneration of employees following maternity or adoption leave.

20. Employee relations

and collective bargaining

The proportion of female executives continued to rise:

• 34.2% in 2001;

• 35.7% in 2002;

• 36.9% in 2003;

• 37.7% in 2004;

• 38.8% in 2005;

• 40.3% in 2006.

Proportion of female employees receiving promotion:

• 54.7% in 2002;

• 55.6% in 2003;

• 55.8% in 2004;

• 57.1% in 2005;

• 58.1% in 2006.

See Human Resources Development – High quality employer-employee

relations, p. 86

As in previous years, there was constructive dialogue with employee

representatives within BNP Paribas in 2006. The Commission

on Employment Law – BNP Paribas SA’s labour negotiation body – met

on 32 occasions in 2006 and 13 new agreements were signed with trade

unions. Several of these agreements led to the improvement or expansion

of employee savings plans within the company.

Scope

concerned

Group

SA

mainland

France

SA

mainland

France

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APPENDICES

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