At Miyoshi Europe, we are convinced that individual excellence and well-being at work contribute to collective success. With this in mind, we take care to capitalize on the skills of each of our employees to offer the best opportunities for development, taking into account everyone’s motivation and objectives.

We value professional integration and equal opportunities for all.

Because everyone should have the chance to succeed in a position that allows them to fulfill their potential, we are committed to promoting gender diversity and equality between men and women in the workplace, in terms of job mix, fair pay, access to positions…


We support our employees’ well-being and work-life balance

To ensure that every employee is fully committed to his or her work and develops a team spirit, we take care to maintain a balance between professional and private life, and provide support for employees with personal initiatives to develop their skills.

Miyoshi Europe’s Gender Equality Index in 2023

Through its slogan “treating you right”, the Miyoshi Group, and more specifically Miyoshi Europe, has made “treating you right” one of its core values, by committing to professional equality between men and women, and by building its day-to-day Human Resources policy in line with its human and ethical values, focused on diversity.

Indeed, Miyoshi Europe pays the utmost attention to professional equality between women and men, at all levels, whether in terms of recruitment, skills development, remuneration, or access to management positions.

The Gender Equality Index

The professional equality index was introduced by the Law “for the freedom to choose one’s professional future” in 2018. Since 2019, this index has enabled the companies concerned to assess the level of equality between women and men out of 100 points, based on the following criteria:

  • Gender pay gap,
  • Difference in the rate of individual pay rises,
  • Number of female employees receiving a raise following maternity leave,
  • Parity among the 10 highest earners,
  • Promotion rate differential (only for companies with more than 250 employees).

In view of its size and the distribution of its workforce, Miyoshi Europe is assessed on 45 points calculated on the following indicators: difference in the rate of individual pay rises, the number of employees receiving pay rises following maternity leave, and parity among the 10 highest earners.

For the year 2023, Miyoshi Europe achieved a score of 30 points out of a calculable total of 45 points.