LEGAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (1)
This website www.dior.com (hereinafter referred to as the “Website”) is published by Christian Dior Couture, a joint stock company with equity established at EUR 290,055,840, listed under the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number 612 035 832, with a head office located at 30, avenue Montaigne 75008 Paris - Telephone number: +33 (0)1 40 73 73 73.
The President and CEO of Christian Dior Couture and Publication Director is Pietro BECCARI.
The Website is hosted by the company SMILE, with a head office located at 20 rue des Jardins - 92600 Asnières-sur-Seine, France - Telephone number: +33 (0)1 41 40 11 00.
Website access and the use of its content are subject to the usage stipulations provided hereinafter. The act of accessing and browsing this Website implies that the internet user fully and unreservedly accepts the following stipulations.
II. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Christian Dior Couture is the owner of the Website's domain name.
The entirety of the Website, as well as its components (in particular text, structure, software, animated items, photographs, videos, illustrations, drawings, graphic representations, logos, etc.) are creative works protected by articles L.111-1 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property code. They are the sole property of Christian Dior Couture; the latter is the sole party authorised to use the said intellectual property and related personality rights, brands, models, creative works, software, databases, interpretations and image rights, as the originator or through a formal authorisation or licence.
Use of all or part of the Website, particularly by means of downloading, reproduction, transmission, representation or circulation, for purposes other than personal and private use and with a non-commercial aim by the Internet user is strictly prohibited. The party liable for infringement of the above shall be liable to penalties stipulated in both the French Intellectual Property code with regard to copyright infringement (article L. 335-1 et seq.) and brand rights (article L. 716-1 et seq.) in particular, and the French Civil Code with regard to general legal liability (article 9, Sections 1382 et seq.).
2.3 Hypertext links
It is forbidden to create any and all hypertext links to any one of the web pages or components of the Website without prior written authorisation from Christian Dior Couture. Said authorisation may be withdrawn at any moment. Any and all websites with hypertext links to the Website or any one of its components are not under the control of Christian Dior Couture. Christian Dior Couture formally declines any liability (particularly with regard to editorial content) concerning access to, and the contents of, such websites.
Christian Dior Couture shall undertake to ensure the accuracy and updates of information published on the Website to the best of its ability. The company reserves the right to correct content at any time and without prior notification. However, Christian Dior Couture cannot guarantee the accuracy, precision and comprehensiveness of information made available on the Website. Said information shall not constitute any guarantee or commitment by Christian Dior Couture with regard to the Internet user.
In particular, Christian Dior Couture shall not be held liable for:
- Any imprecision, inaccuracy or omission regarding the information available on the Website;
- All and any damage arising from computerised intrusion by a third party, resulting in a modification to the information made available on the Website;
- And, more generally, any and all direct or indirect damage, irrespective of the cause, origin, nature and consequences, caused as a result of access by anyone to the Website or inability to access the said Website, along with the use of the Website and/or credit given to any information arising directly or indirectly therefrom.
Christian Dior Couture shall implement means intended to ensure the security of the files generated from personal data collected from the Website. It is, however, formally stated that Christian Dior Couture has no control over the risks related to the operation of the Internet and draws the attention of Internet users to the presence of possible risks in terms of confidentiality of data transmitted across this network.
IV. AMENDMENTS TO LEGAL TERMS
Christian Dior Couture informs Internet users viewing the Website that these legal terms may be amended at any time. Such amendments shall be published online and shall be deemed accepted without reserve by any and all internet users accessing the Website after the said amendments have been published online.
These legal terms have been drawn up in accordance with French law and, in particular, with the provisions of Law no. 2004-575 dated 21 June 2004 "for confidence in the digital economy" and the French data protection act (the “Loi relative à l’informatique, aux fichiers et aux libertés n°78-17”) dated 6 January 1978. French courts shall exercise jurisdiction over all and any disputes arising from the use of the Website, subject to contrary provisions arising from Regulation no. 44/2001 dated 20 December 2000 concerning court jurisdiction and the application of rulings in civil and commercial matters (Brussels I).
If the Internet user has any questions about the use of the Website and/or these legal terms, or any request that he or she wishes to address to Christian Dior Couture, they are invited to send a message via the "CONTACT" section of the Website or an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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GENDER PAY GAP REPORT 2018 (1)
Christian Dior UK Limited
Gender Pay Gap Report 2018
The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 require the company to publish our gender pay gap taking the snapshot date of the 5th April 2018.
Christian Dior is committed to equal opportunities and the promotion of diversity and equality in the workplace. We have a strong policy on the management of equal opportunities. Diversity and transparency to others are fundamental values for us, ensuring fairness for all our employees in terms of careers and development, by guaranteeing equal opportunities for all genders based on objective criteria. We are convinced that diversity and equality, in all its forms, is a source of wealth and creativity for our teams.
The reports show the ‘Median’ and ‘Mean’ pay gap for the total population. As with most businesses we employee less people at Senior Executive positions and within the UK we have one Senior Executive whose responsibilities are not compariable to the rest of the positions within our network, hence due to this the salary of this position is not a true reflection of the gender pay gap and we have produced fiqures including and excluding this position.
Our population is 68% female employees versus 32% male employees, we have an increase in our female population versus 2017, which is also reflected within the results of our ‘Median’ and ‘Mean’ calculations.
The LVMH gender objective at senior management is to be 50:50 by 2020 and our aim will be to focus on vertical and horizontal integration to achieve this level. Our focus will also be to increase the male population in all quartiles.
Our results show the ‘Median’ & ‘Mean’ pay gap as at the snapshot date of the 5th April 2018. The mean pay gap is 16.8%, due to the reason referred to previously is not representative of our employees. Excluding the person’s pay the company’s gender mean pay gap is reduced to 5.31% and the median pay gap is -1.4%.
UK Population: Male 32% ; Female 68%
UK Population (Excludes Senior Exec) : Male 32% ; Female 68%
The mean and median gender pay gap by pay quartile shows the split between each quartile is equal within the lower quartile to the upper middle quartile and supports the company objective of an even integration of positions within hierachy and pay scale.
The Upper Quartile excluding the one Senior Executive stated previously show a higher percentage within the ‘Median’ & ‘Mean’ due to a higher population of males in the senior position, this has been addressed via an increase in senior female managers joining the business following the 5th April 2018.
Lower Quartile: Male 29%; Female 71%
Lower Middle Quartile : Male 30% ; Female 70%
Upper Middle Quartile: Male: 25%; Female 75%
Median : -0.21%
Mean : 42.12%
Upper Quartile: Male: 28%; Female 72%
Upper Quartile Excl Senior Exec
Bonus is a contractual benefit for management and head office positions. Head office accounts for 7% of our population and 17% of the employees who receive a contractual bonus. The senior executive position, as explained previously is shown included and excluded to show a more reflective percentage of gender bonus pay gap being a mean of 6.59% and Median of -22.63%
Bonus: Male: 33%; Female: 67%
Bonus Excl Senior Exec: Male: 33%; Female: 67%
As UK Human Resources Director of Christian Dior UK Limited, I, Samantha Brunton can confirm that the data and information presented in this report are accurate and meet the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulation 2017.
Duly signed by Samantha Brunton, UK Human Resources Director, 29th March 2019
In 2020, companies from the LVMH group in France have calculated their gender equality index. This index totals 92/100 points for Christian Dior Couture.
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