One Group and a range of tailored experiences
Monday 31 May 2021
Each country where the bank is present adapts our Company Welfare programs to meet local needs. Here’s a look at what’s happening in some local programs in our countries.
UniCredit Bank Austria’s Georgiana Lazar on how flexible work hours are popular
UniCredit is a pan-European bank, and the goals that inspire our Company Welfare programs are the same everywhere we do business: a workplace where each person can contribute their best.
This why we were certified as a Top Employer in 2021 for the fourth consecutive year.
Across the Group, we aim to create a positive work environment for our colleagues by offering tailor-made packages that improve their flexibility, work-life balance and well-being.
We support our people during the most important moments in their personal and professional lives with our People Caring initiatives.
To reach these goals, our Company Welfare programs must be adapted to different experiences in different countries.
These programs have become even more crucial during the Covid-19 pandemic, when staff has been working from home and normal routines have been disrupted. Therefore, we have taken steps to strengthen workplace flexibility, make remote working easier, and keep a focus on morale and individual health with programs in such areas as psychological support, fitness and nutrition.
How our Company Welfare helps us offer a “great place to work”
A holistic approach to well-being that starts with gym memberships and discounted bike rentals.
In addition, we offer health care and prevention campaigns, counselling and coaching programs supporting private and professional needs so you can reach all your well-being goals: nutritional, physical, emotional, financial, and relationship goals.
Work life balance.
Our colleagues are telling us that the "time factor" is more important than ever.
This is true for every age group, from Millennials to new parents and for colleagues caring for elderly relatives.
That is why we offer programs such as paid leave for key life events and voluntary activities, time banks, flexible working hours and flexible working locations.