Jul 2, 2020

Vevey / Maranello, July 2, 2020 – The EQUAL-SALARY Foundation is pleased to announce that Ferrari S.p.A. has obtained the EQUAL-SALARY certification, symbol of excellence in terms of equal pay. After successfully passing the statistical analysis of its salaries, Ferrari underwent an internal audit entrusted to PwC proving that it applied equal pay for women and men. Ferrari is the first organization in the automotive industry to obtain the EQUAL-SALARY certification.

 “ In the prestigious sector of the luxury automotive industry and the world of Formula 1, being at the forefront of inspiring and leading by example is as essential as constantly innovating by attracting the best talents. Thanks to its EQUAL-SALARY certification, Ferrari positions itself as a leader in its sector.” says Véronique Goy Veenhuys, Founder and CEO of EQUAL-SALARY.

” We are all proud to receive this certification, which represents an important milestone in our ongoing journey to continuously improve our standing and actions with regard to a diverse and inclusive work environment. Equality of treatment and opportunity is not simply about the essential principle of equity. It is a fundamental pillar to attract, retain and develop the finest talents to foster innovation and our long term growth.” adds Louis C. Camilleri, CEO of Ferrari S.p.A.

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