Gender Equality and Diversity in the Workplace

Gender equality, diversity and female empowerment are key to Gucci and have become synonymous with our brand.

We try to lead by example. Our overarching target is to achieve gender parity at all levels within the company by 2025. We regularly monitor our performance towards the achievement of this goal.

Gucci has also signed the “UN LGBT Business Conduct Standards”, the UN’s new standards for companies to protect the rights of LGBTI individuals.

These include eliminating workplace discrimination, making sure business operations do not contribute to discrimination against customers, suppliers or members of the public, and working with business partners to address discriminatory practices up and down the supply chain.

In a bid to tackle the gender pay gap across UK business, the UK government mandated that all companies with 250 employees must report their gender pay gaps by 4th April.

While many were late or reluctant to reveal their pay gaps, Gucci submitted all relevant information for analysis.

Our employee contracts include a dedicated section ensuring equal opportunities for same-gender couples, including an extension of the supplementary health plan.

Gender Key Indicator
62% of our worldwide population are women 58% of managers are woman 65% of retail managers are women