National Diversity Label

National Diversity Label: Jointly piloted by the Ministries of Labour and the Civil Service, the diversity label, created in 2008 and owned by the State, aims to prevent discrimination and promote diversity in the public and private sectors. It allows the candidate or certified structure to evaluate its human resources processes in order to improve them continuously. The certification issued by AFNOR recognises and disseminates good recruitment and professional development practices that value diversity in the workplace. Obtaining a label is linked to compliance with commitments defined in AFNOR specifications. The diversity label is awarded for four years.