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Orange Jordan recently obtained the Gender Equality European & International Standard (GEEIS) for the second time, in addition to receiving for the first time, the GEEIS-DIVERSITY certificate which relates to the equal treatment of persons with disabilities and diverse cultural backgrounds. Reflecting the company's commitment to applying equality principles in the workplace, these certificates are issued by Bureau Veritas, an independent testing, inspection and certification body.
Orange Jordan achieved the GEEIS certification standards, which are based on 8 pillars for gender equality and diversity, spanning the company's wage policies, the clear reporting of performance indicators, the provision of equal job opportunities and training programs for both sexes to improve their capabilities to meet future work needs, , through human resources policies which ensure a healthy work-life balance and promote diversity, to the Executive Committee's commitment to gender equality across all appointments.
Orange Jordan achieved 4 out of 5 points this year, an exceptional score, improving by a full point compared to the previous cycle in 2018, noting that this certificate is given every 4 years and reviewed every two years. As for the diversity certificate, the company obtained it for the first time with a score of 4 out of 5, joining the select ranks of global companies to achieve this international standard.
Orange Jordan's Chief Legal, Regulatory, Sourcing, Supply Chain & Human Resources Officer, Dr. Ibrahim Harb, stated that the company is committed to promoting gender equality as one of its main priorities. It continues to empower women, inside and outside the company, and support diversity at all levels, stemming from its role as a responsible digital leader that exerts all efforts to provide a supportive work environment for all employees that combats any form of bias.
He added that these certificates embody the company's commitment to applying the principles of gender equality and diversity in terms of wages, professional advancement and access to managerial positions, noting that women represent 25.2% of the company's employees, while the percentage of women in management positions has reached 20.9%, with two women appointed to the Executive Committee.