Welcome to EEX, the leading energy exchange in Europe. We develop, operate and connect markets for global energy and commodity trading from Leipzig and 20 other offices worldwide. We are an expert team of dynamic, forward-thinking individuals working respectfully with each other and our clients. We are trustworthy and customer-oriented.
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We are always looking for committed employees with experience in the energy and finance sectors.
Applications from people with disabilities are explicitly welcome and will be given preferential treatment if equally suitable.
We believe that diversity and inclusion are important part of our global success. We also believe that we find strength in combining different diversity dimensions to fulfil our purpose - which is why we encourage everyone, no matter their gender or gender identity, nationality, ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age, sexual orientation and identity, to apply for our open positions.
The EEX Group headquarters is located in Leipzig; however, our flexible working scheme offers the possibility to work from anywhere within Germany. If you're interested in joining our team remotely, we are happy to discuss, which model suits you best.
Please note: The provided benefits might differ depending on the work location.
Gender Equality Index
Last update: March 2023
EEX has been committed to promoting diversity, equality and inclusion for over 10 years. We want to create an equal and inclusive work environment where everyone has a place and can thrive, whatever their identity, culture, background or circumstances.
In 2018, the law for the “Freedom to Choose one's Professional Future” has introduced the Professional Equality Index in France. This index measures gender equality through five main topics: leadership and talent pool, equality, equal pay and inclusive culture based on the following criteria:
- Gender pay gap
- Difference in the rate of salary increases
- Number of female employees receiving a raise following maternity leave
- Parity among the ten highest salaries.
Score and Values
|Index / score name||Value|
|Gender pay gap indicator– Analysis of yearly remunerations per gender, |
category and age.
|Individual wage increase rate gap indicator analysis of |
wage increases (in %) per gender and category
|Percentage of employees who received a wage increase |
in the year following their return from maternity leave
|Number of employees of the under-represented gender |
in the 10 highest paid positions
For further information on the gender equality index, please contact our expert in Paris:
HR Business Partner
EEX Group offices
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