LYNRED strives to conduct all of its business to the highest standards of INTEGRITY, RESPONSABILITY, and COMPLIANCE. 

To this end, our day-to-day activities are shaped by values, ethics, and systems that are shared by all of our employees and stakeholders.

These include: 

  • Anti-corruption measures
  • Export controls
  • Fair competition/anti-trust policies
  • Health, safety, and environmental policies
  • Personal data privacy
  • Confidentiality
  • Financial transparency and internal financial controls
  • Diversity

Our ethics and values position us to honor the trust our customers, shareholders, suppliers, and partners place in us.

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In 2018 the French government enacted legislation to ensure that all people have the freedom to  choose their future occupation. With the new law came the GENDER EQUALITY INDEX, a tool designed to measure inequalities in the workplace.

The 100-point index calculates inequalities over the course of a year based on four or five indicators, depending on whether the company has fewer or more than 250 employees. The indicators are:

  • The gender pay gap
  • Gaps in indiviual pay raises awarded to men vs. women 
  • Gaps in individual promotions awarded to men vs. women (for companies with more than 250 employees)
  • The number of employees receiving pay raises after maternity leave
  • Gender parity for the company’s ten highest-paid employees

Every year, companies must calculate their performance according to the index and make the results available on their websites so that progress toward greater gender equality can be observed.

Based on our 2020 data, we scored 83 out of 100 on the gender equality index. This score reflects our commitment to gender equality and our company’s values.

This is the same score we earned in 2018, evidence of the importance we give gender equality at LYNRED. 

DIVERSITY: whether visible or hidden, differences in the workforce are a golden opportunity


We firmly believe that promoting complementary profiles, employing women, recruiting senior workers and disabled people, and hiring young talent through our work-study recruitment policy is a driving force for building greater social cohesion and fostering innovation.

For example, the percentage of women in the engineering profession continues to rise every year and currently represents close to 30%. Slightly more than one third of all managerial and technical lead roles are held by women.