TGO DX is added to the EU declaration on equality in the transport sector.

Carme Pros, CEO of GrupTG DX, has signed this Tuesday, March 8th, the adhesion of the mobility company TGO DX to the “Declaration on equal opportunities for women and men in the transport sector”, promoted by the European Economic and Social Committee of the European Union, within the Women in Transport campaign. Coinciding with the celebration of the International Women’s Day, TGO DX wants to reinforce its commitment to gender equality and non-discrimination between men and women, one of the founding values of the European Union, but also of GrupTG DX.

Specifically, the text recalls that, in Europe, “transport is not a gender-balanced sector”, since “only 22% of people working in the transport sector are women”. In this sense, the document recalls that improving gender balance contributes to the creation of a greater diversity of jobs and positively influences the competitiveness of the sector. It calls on transport stakeholders to “strengthen efforts to effectively promote the employment and representation of women”.

With the signing of this declaration TGO DX is committed to continue collecting data to be able to apply gender policies in the company with greater precision; to continue promoting female employment in the sector; to fight against gender stereotypes; continue to maintain equal pay and equal opportunities between men and women in the company; promote the reconciliation work-life balance and eliminate any form of discrimination, harassment, bullying, intimidation or violence in the workplace.

TGO DX already has equality in its DNA, as it happens in the rest of the companies of GrupTG DX. “We work every day to promote equality between men and women in order to move towards a more equitable world, also in the transport and mobility sector”, said Carme Pros, CEO of GrupTG DX. At the same time, she recalled that the company already has its own Equality Plan and that all the positions of responsibility within the company are already in the hands of women.