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LA VAUDOISE  is  now  EQUAL-SALARY  certified

Vevey/Lausanne 30.11.2018

Nov 30, 2018
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The EQUAL-SALARY Foundation is pleased to announce that, having met all requirements of the EQUAL-SALARY procedure, la Vaudoise is now an EQUAL-SALARY employer. La Vaudoise is the first company from the private insurance sector to obtain our certification, thus paving the way in a field where equal pay still remains a taboo topic.

«La Vaudoise is the first company from the private insurance sector to become EQUAL-SALARY certified, in an area where the gender pay gap still exceeds 30% according to the Federal Statistical Office. In that context, I am particularly enthusiastic about la Vaudoise’s commitment. » commented Véronique Goy Veenhuys, Founder and CEO of the EQUAL-SALARY Foundation.

« La Vaudoise is very proud to be EQUAL-SALARY certified. This certification confirms our commitment to equal opportunity and underlines the values we believe in. This label gives us an indisputable advantage as far as recruitment and talent retention is concerned. » added Philippe Hebeisen, CEO of la Vaudoise.

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