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The FDJ group continues its commitment to diversity and inclusion by signing the LGBT+ Commitment Charter of the association L’Autre Cercle, a French benchmark for the inclusion of LGBT+ people in the world of work. 

In this month of Pride, the Group confirms its desire to offer an inclusive working environment and equal treatment between all its employees, regardless of their emotional orientation and gender identity, and thus to fight against all forms of discrimination.

With this charter, FDJ undertakes to continue and strengthen its policy on diversity and equal opportunities, which revolves around several major themes, including professional equality, disability, intergeneration, social diversity and origins, affective orientation and gender identity.

For Stéphane Pallez, Chairman and CEO of the FDJ group: “Strongly committed to equal opportunities within the Group, I am convinced of the need for collective commitment and awareness at all levels of the company. Signing the LGBT+ Commitment Charter, supported by the association L’Autre Cercle, illustrates our desire to go even further in the Group’s commitment to the inclusion of all diversities. “.

For Catherine Tripon, Spokesperson and Co-head of the employers’ division of L’Autre Cercle: “L’Autre Cercle is betting, with the formal framework of signing the LGBT+ Commitment Charter, to develop the company from signatory organizations including FDJ. The world of work must be a safe environment, it is essential that employees feel good there, in order to avoid the risk of unequal treatment. »

Since 2021, the FDJ group has made affective orientation and gender identity one of its priorities as part of its fight against all forms of discrimination.

FDJ shares best practices with various organisations, receives training and learns about the actions to be implemented. In June 2022, the Group organized its first conference on the subject of discrimination against LGBT+ people in sport and in the workplace, attended by more than one hundred and fifty employees.

The Group continues its mobilization by offering its employees training and awareness raising on the subject of discrimination linked to affective orientation and gender identity.