The world of work is still very unequal with a wage gap of up to
between men & women,
to the disadvantage of women.
is the percentage of women in transportation and delivery companies.
At MiPi (formerly Midi Pile), the balance between men and women is total, with a quest for perfect parity.
Historically carried out by men, the freight forwarding and transportation professions are still not very open to women. However, feminization is a challenge for the future of this transport industry, which is struggling to find staff in relation to the number of jobs to be filled, while women are the population that suffers most from job insecurity.
But then what place should be given to female employees?
Exactly the same as their male counterparts, with equality as the watchword in all areas and at all levels! Establishing parity and gender diversity in delivery jobs - that's the future too!
🥇 6 times French champion, runner-up in the University World Championship and a great hope of French and international medals and titles in the biggest competitions to come, Amina is a formidable athlete.
🤝 Like MiPi (Ex Midi Pile), she embodies strong values that enable her to shake up the codes of her milieu: parity, professionalism, rigor and excellence!
💪 We're delighted to join forces with Amina Zidani to continue moving the lines, together.
The representation of women in the world of logistics, and more globally in the world of work, is a real challenge.
Integrating women into sectors that were previously predominantly male allows for
in children, both girls and boys.
Why are we only delivered by men?
This is one of the questions behind the creation of MiPi (formerly Midi Pile).
Establishing parity in a delivery company such as ours is not easy.
Indeed, women do not instinctively apply for jobs in this sector of activity. So we have to raise awareness and go out to meet them in order to show them the range of jobs in logistics.
The work, in front of these women, also consists in breaking down prejudices and stereotypes: you need strength, packages are heavy, women cannot drive... It is high time to change mentalities and to show that we are all capable of succeeding.
While men are more at ease on the road, women are more organized and naturally rigorous. All profiles are therefore interesting, and allow us to multiply skills and strengths within a team.
Delivery drivers, couriers, chauffeurs, managers, team leaders... At MiPi (formerly Midi Pile), all these positions are held by both men and women. Equal pay is also a priority, because women and men receive equal pay for work of equal value.
The transport and delivery industry is constantly on the lookout for new profiles to handle the growing number of parcels. Hiring women means taking action to promote integration and combat the discrimination and insecurity they suffer in the world of work.
Thanks to training and experience, professional life is not set in stone. It's possible to upgrade skills and take on greater responsibility within the company.
The transport and delivery industry is constantly looking for profiles to handle the growing number of parcels. Hiring women means acting for integration and fighting against the discrimination and precariousness they suffer in the world of work. Thanks to training and experience, professional life is not fixed. It is possible to increase one's skills and obtain more responsibility within the company.
Establishing parity in a delivery company such as ours is not easy. Indeed, women do not instinctively apply in this sector of activity. So we have to raise awareness and go out to meet them in order to show them the range of jobs in logistics. The work, in front of these women, also consists in breaking down prejudices and stereotypes: you need strength, packages are heavy, women cannot drive... It is high time to change mentalities and to show that we are all capable of succeeding.
It is impossible to work in the delivery business without being aware of the environmental impact of this activity. This is why we are defending a goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions linked to our routes by 20 to 70%. How can we do this? With clean and low-carbon modes of transport (bicycle, cargo bike, electric scooter, etc.) and ecologically oriented supply chain management.
Road safety is an extremely sensitive issue for MiPi (formerly Midi Pile). Every effort is made to protect our teams, who work in urban areas and deliver parcels day after day by various means of transport. Through our model, we also promote job security, with a favorable working environment and much lower staff turnover than our competitors.
With the development of e-commerce, the delivery experience is just as important as the shopping experience. At MiPi (formerly Midi Pile), our delivery men and women are fully aware of their role in end-customer satisfaction. Respecting delivery deadlines, taking care of packages, hand-delivering. Little extras that can make all the difference and enhance the company's brand image.