What about other types of diversity?
In recent years, we have focused on more women in management. Not because gender is the only important thing when we talk diversity:
“When we talk about accelerating on the broad agenda for diversity and inclusion, it is about creating an inclusive culture in which everyone is welcome and able to succeed, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity or disability. An inclusive and diverse workplace creates happier employees and better results, so it is an important part of our ambition to become a better bank,” says Berit Behring.
Examples of how we work with diversity and inclusion
- Targeted recruitment so that there is always at least one female candidate in the final field of candidates for management positions as well as in the hiring committee.
- Strengthening our talent pipeline and making it more diverse, e.g. through mentoring and by being better at seeing different qualities.
- Working on our culture and competencies within diversity and inclusion by arranging events and making knowledge available.
- Supporting initiatives such as Copenhagen Pride and internal networks, e.g. the employee driven network, Rainbow Network.
In our Sustainability report we include an annual assessment of our work with diversity and inclusion.