UniCredit amid the Top Employers in Europe 2022

Thursday 20 January 2022

UniCredit has once again been certified as one of the Top Employers in Europe in 2022 by the prestigious Top Employers Institute. Furthermore, the bank has also been recognised as Top Employer in Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, and Russia.

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For the sixth year in a row, thanks to our extraordinary commitment to the well-being of our employees and for providing an innovative, rewarding and inclusive workplace, UniCredit has officially been certified by the Top Employers Institute.

 

The European level Top Employers Certification was awarded to us thanks to the local Certifications achieved by UniCredit in six Countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Russia.

 

The Top Employers Institute programme recognises organisations based on the results of their HR Best Practices survey. This survey covers six domains consisting of twenty topics, including People Strategy, Work Environment, Talent Acquisition, Learning, Well-being, and Diversity & Inclusion.

 

 

 

 

Commenting on the recognition, Andrea Orcel, Chief Executive Officer of UniCredit, said: “I am incredibly proud of this recognition and the reflection it has on UniCredit as a place to work. Our people are the most important element of our business. They are the reason we are able to be successful, serve our clients and impact our communities. Creating an environment that supports and challenges them, ensures they unite behind a common ambition and thrive in all they do, is a critical priority for us.  We can and should always do more, but this award demonstrates that we are working from a strong foundation.”

In line with the new business strategy, the Bank will be investing consistently in the organisation's digital evolution over the next three years, and will also be focusing on upskilling digital competences, continuing to retain best digital talents and experts as well as attracting new ones.

 

You can find out more about the certification here.