International Women’s Day
Post by: Oscar Rojo in Actualités ES
On the occasion of the International Women’s Day on March 8, SOCAPS highlights a major issue in the industry.
Women are under-represented in industry and are the first victims of job insecurity. At a time when the industrial sector is experiencing unprecedented recruitment difficulties, why deprive itself of 50% of its potential talent ?
As part of our statutory commitment #1.3 Welfare, diversity and inclusion, SOCAPS is committed to act in favour of women’s employment in the industry with concrete actions concrete actions that you will find below.
A big thank you to the women who have marked the history of : Virginie ALEXANDRE, Lucie DEBLIQUI, Isabelle Giroux, Alice Caré and all the women who work for SOCAPS.