More than two in ten employees report having already experienced discrimination in hiring, according to an Ifop survey * for the employment site Meteojob published on Thursday.
To the question: "
personally, do you feel that you have ever been discriminated against when looking for a job?"
", 21% of respondents answered"
", including 13% several times and 8% only once.
Women are more affected at 23%, against 19% for men, says the study.
And those under 30 also say they are more concerned (25%).
The survey also shows that income has an impact with a difference ranging from 16% of people concerned in the wealthy categories (net monthly income of more than 2,465 euros) to 37% for the less affluent categories (less than 894 euros). net).
In detail, employees with disabilities also evoke more discrimination (38%) such as believing and religious employees (33%), or even those who have the feeling of having a marked accent (30%).
Discrimination occurs during different phases of the hiring process: employees cite the employer's decision-making process after an interview and the job interview itself, before examining the CV or the way in which the offer of employment is drafted.
During a job interview, 19% of employees also say they have undergone at least one inappropriate request: they are 9% to indicate for example that an employer has already made them understand that they could have the job on condition of change the way they look (hairstyle, make-up, waxing, etc.), 7% on condition of wearing more sober outfits and as much on the condition of losing or gaining weight.
They are also 5% to evoke the condition of wearing sexier outfits or to cease their political or union commitments and another 4% to cite the fact of adopting a first name or name used for work.
The survey was conducted from April 22 to 28 by self-administered online questionnaire with a representative sample of 4,026 employees aged 18 and over, using the quota method.