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A sense of responsibility for a sustainable future.
DZ HYP is committed to sustainability in everything we do, from the environmental protection projects we launch or support to the business strategy we follow, from our efforts to empower the next generation to how we interact with stakeholders. We have set ourselves clear goals and ensure that we provide clients, partners and employees with as much transparency as possible in terms of our sustainability activities.
Social Responsibility is an integral part of our corporate culture
Satisfied and motivated employees are crucial to long-term success. We work with care and professionalism to incorporate the concerns of employees into our business decisions and offer them an optimum working environment. Our Human Resources policy aims to fulfil our employees' needs while meeting economic requirements. It is especially committed to enabling employees to enjoy both their career and their family life: furthermore, believe in performance-based compensation and provide comprehensive occupational health management. Recognising our employees' capabilities early on is important to us, so we can help them hone their skills and develop new ones. The demographic change represents a challenge for our future personal development. We therefore adopted a demographic concept in 2019 with the objective to ensure DZ HYP’s performance in a changed environment. As the working population ages and fewer children are born, we have to retain experienced staff longer than in the past. At the same time, we want to be an attractive employer and create an advantage for the Bank by recruiting top talent.
Trendence, the market research institute, awarded our trainee programme with the 'fair trainee programme' seal.
We value the diversity of our employees and offer them the opportunity to explore their potential and unique talents. The principle of equal opportunity is an integral part of our corporate policy and our approach to how we do things. This is why we signed the German Charter of Diversity in 2012.