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Sustainable workplace

We are committed to creating an engaging, inclusive and sustainable workplace in which we maintain a safe and healthy working environment, foster a culture of diversity and reduce our environmental footprint. 


Diversity & inclusion

We to want to grow a diverse and inclusive workplace that reflects the societies we are part of and ultimately enable us to provide the best customer experience. On this page you can read more about how we work with diversity and inclusion.
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Corporate volunteering

Employees at Danske Bank have the opportunity to spend one workday per year to participate in voluntary work. We call it ‘Time to Give’ and our employees are spending their time on e.g. cleaning up the nature, helping boys from vulnerable neighbourhoods kick-starting start-ups, and providing debt counselling for people with debt problems.
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Promoting a healthy working environment

We do our best to maintain a healthy and safe working environment. Our initiatives are intended to improve work/life balance and to promote physical and psychological well-being in the workplace.

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Our Environmental Footprint


We have implemented an environmental management system to minimise our CO2 emissions and manage our environmental impact as effectively as possible.

Since 2009, we have compensated for carbon emissions from our own operations.

All electricity consumption at Danske Bank premises is supplied by renewable energy

We have signed up to RE100 to underline our commitment to sourcing renewable energy

Carbon credits

The amount of CO2 Danske Bank cannot eliminate is compensated by the purchase of certified renewable electricity and verified carbon credits.

  • 05. feb 2009Wind power in Turkey
  • 05. feb 2009Rudaiciai Wind Power Park
  • 06. feb 2014Household biogas plants
  • 06. feb 2014Energy from rice husks

Sustainable sourcing

We strive to ensure that the products and services we buy are produced responsibly.
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Supplier Code of Conduct

The Supplier Code of Conduct applies to all our suppliers. Read more
Step 1: Pre-qualification questions

Risk profile assessment on the basis of information about the type of products and services in the tender and where they are produced.
Step 2: Self-assessment questionnaire

Suppliers that are assessed as high-risk are asked to complete an additional in-depth questionnaire about their ESG policies and performances.
Step 3: Corrective action plan

If we deem the result of the self-assessment questionnaire to be unsatisfactory, we engage in dialogue and agree on a corrective action plan, if needed.