Italian multinational utility Enel and its Spanish subsidiary Endesa have made their first appearance in Bloomberg’s Global Gender Equality Index.
Enel is amongst some other 325 companies who have been named as leaders for commitments and transparency with regards to gender inclusion. Some 6,000 firms have been listed from around 84 countries.
The appearance is due to the company’s efforts to:
- Promote the presence of women at the Board of Directors, management positions and new hires.
- Ensure equal pay and conceiving social benefits and work-life balance solutions to all employees.
- Commitment to transparency on gender equality.
“…sustainability for Enel is a 360° commitment, driving not only our strategic business choices and operations but also the way we relate to our people and all our stakeholders,” said Ernesto Ciorra, Head of Innovability at Enel.
“The presence in Bloomberg GEI shows that in Enel diversity and inclusion are considered a resource and a stimulus to push innovation driving the success of our sustainable business model. This same model, thanks to its focus on boosting renewables, network digitalisation and sustainable energy solutions, contributed to the recognition of our Group by Corporate Knights Global 100 as one of the most sustainable companies in the world and a leader in the energy transition.”