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Diversity & Inclusion
2020 Schlumberger UK Gender Pay Gap Report
Schlumberger UK Gender Pay Gap Report 2020
The UK Government requires each UK company with more than 250 employees to publish annual figures related to gender pay. This report provides a consolidated snapshot of the gender pay gap for Schlumberger in the UK and the gender pay gap for each of our three UK entities with more than 250 employees as of April 5, 2020.
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2020 Schlumberger France Gender Equality Indicators
2019 Schlumberger France Gender Equality Indicators
Beginning in 2019, the French government requires each company to measure the equality between women and men. Each legal entity's rating is calculated based on several factors: wage gap, carrier development, processing of maternity leave returns, gender balance among the highest paid employees. The total score is 100 points and companies have three years to reach a minimum of 75 points by law.
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One of our greatest strengths is the diversity of our workforce, with people of many nationalities and backgrounds working together and sharing common objectives. Schlumberger does not have a 'nationality' that describes its culture but operates in a truly global manner throughout the world. As a company, we encourage fair employment practices worldwide and offer equal opportunities to all our employees.

Global workforce diversity

Our long-standing commitment to national and cultural diversity fosters a way of working that is global in outlook yet local in practice, and this permeates every layer of the Company, including every level of management. Our executive leadership team includes officers from Europe, North America, Asia, Australia, North Africa and the Middle East.

We recognize that our ability to attract, develop, motivate, and retain a highly competent and diverse workforce has been the key to our success for many decades. By creating a variety of perspectives that stimulate productive creativity and innovation, we maintain our competitive edge.

We believe that a culture of diversity and inclusion is not just the right thing to do—it is a business imperative. Our guiding principles to enable an inclusive culture are three fold:

  • Employees are expected to treat one another professionally, with mutual respect, trust, and individual dignity. They must also display respect when interacting with customers, contractors, and others involved in our operations, including members of local communities. Schlumberger does not tolerate any discrimination based on race, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, disability, religion, marital status, or union membership.
  • Meritocracy drives our actions, decisions, and employee advancement.
  • While it is a competitive advantage that our workforce communicates in a multitude of languages, English is the common language of our internal management communication.

National and cultural diversity

Schlumberger recruits and develops people in alignment with our business objectives and the countries in which we work. Schlumberger has been successful in attracting and developing nationalities from nonwestern and emerging countries, now integrated into all levels of the workforce, including senior management.

Gender balance and equal pay

Achieving improved gender balance has been a focus of policy and action in Schlumberger since the late 1970s, when we began recruiting women for field operations roles. Since then, we have continued to expand opportunities for women across our field operations, technology, business, and management roles. Our goal is to continually strive for gender balance around the world through recruiting, career development, and a culture of inclusion. We continually monitor compensation equality for women and men across all jobs, in every country, with the goal of maintaining equal pay.

LGBT+ diversity

We strive to foster a culture where employees who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or nonbinary are encouraged to be their authentic selves and are respected as valued members of the Schlumberger team.

Age diversity

We value the perspectives and the breadth of experience of all our employees regardless of age. Schlumberger is dedicated to supporting employees in their growth journey at every step of their career through continuous learning and knowledge sharing.

Key Diversity & Inclusion Efforts

Leadership Perspectives from CERAWeek 2021

Schlumberger executives discuss energy transition, dynamic upstream environment, and diversity and inclusion.

Gavin Rennick

Vice President - Human Resources

Gavin Rennick shares his thoughts on a wide range of topics impacting the energy industry workforce.

WING Leadership Has Just Flown Back to the United States

Organization chair handed to US women for next 3 years

Women in Geothermal (WING), a global NGO promoting the education, professional development, and advancement of women in the geothermal community, has transitioned its global leadership to the United States.

Inspiring Science

Faculty for the Future fellowship awards supporting women in STEM.

Women and Technology 2021

Celebrating women in technology.

Supporting Veterans in our Communities

Schlumberger is committed to empowering former military service members.

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