Banca Transilvania Group joins the Romanian Diversity Charter
23 November 2023 Reading time 3:00 minutes
Banca Transilvania Group joins the Diversity Charter and becomes the signatory from the financial-banking sector with most employees in Romania.
For BT, joining this charter means a public commitment to align with the European principles of diversity, equal opportunities and inclusion, with an impact on the more than 11,600 employees of its companies in Romania: Banca Transilvania, BT Asset Management, BT Capital Partners, BT Code Crafters, BT Direct, BT Leasing, BT Mic, BT Pensii, ICC, Idea::Broker de Asigurare, Idea::Leasing and Salt Bank. In addition to internal policies and its own ESG (Environmental, Social, Corporate Governance) objectives, the Diversity Charter helps Banca Transilvania Group to be part of an international ecosystem, the European Diversity Charter Platform, which facilitates access to resources and best practices in diversity management.
Diversity leadership is a strategic advantage if it is reflected in a company's management style. Managers can be catalysts for an inclusive thinking, resulting in inclusive behaviour and an organisational culture where differences between employees are respected and valued. Diversity is the goal and inclusion is the means, says Ӧmer Tetik, CEO, Banca Transilvania.
We welcome Banca Transilvania Group's decision to join the Diversity Charter platform, a unique project in Romania that aims to motivate signatory organisations to recognise and extend the benefits of integrating diversity into organisational and HR practices. Our signatories will appreciate the exchange of best practices and the valuable opinions of the BT specialists, says Dana Oancea, Co-Founder and Project Manager of the Romanian Diversity Charter.
Banca Transilvania Group & constructive organizational culture
- BT has a constructive organisational culture, according to the 2023 Human Synergistics study, which means it encourages the achievement of goals through people development, teamwork and synergy. Belonging, altruism and affiliation are dimensions strongly represented in Banca Transilvania’s organisational culture.
- At BT, the headline of 2023 is the Colleague Year, with a focus on empathy and finding solutions.
- In 2022 and 2023, around 2,450 BT employees, of which more than 1,600 are managers, completed almost 1,450 hours of training on equal opportunities and prevention of discrimination in the workplace.
- More than 80% of BT employees consistently participate in internal surveys evaluating the bank as an employer, and the eNPS (Employee Net Promoter Score) is increasing year by year.
- Nearly 50% of BT Group (Romania) employees, i.e. over 4,000 people, are mothers with children up to the age of 18
- The average age of the BT Group team is 38.
The European Diversity Charter Platform brings together over 14,500 signatories, which are public and private institutions from 26 countries, and has a direct positive impact on over 17 million employees.
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