Schlumberger recently released its report: 2021 Women and Pay—Driving Gender Balance in Schlumberger, an industry first in the energy sector. The report aims to increase transparency of the company’s pay practices to employees and external stakeholders. It will also serve as an accountability mechanism for Schlumberger’s gender balance targets, including its goal of having 30% women in its salaried workforce by 2030.
“The participation of women in our industry has remained low for several years, and represents only around 22%,” said Carmen Rando Bejar, chief people officer, Schlumberger. "It’s clear that, in order to move the needle on gender balance, we need to increase transparency of our pay practices to help guide decision making on both internal and external equity challenges for women.”
“This report will help us establish a sustainable reference point for the data as we continue to monitor our progress and identify key focus areas to accelerate progress toward gender balance and improving the representation of women at all levels of the company.”