By attracting talented employees with different experiences and perspectives, we create the innovative climate required for long-term business success.
Diversity and equality
TF Bank’s diversity policy has been adopted by the Board. At TF Bank, all people shall be treated with respect and dignity in accordance with our business principles. TF Bank believes that people with different experiences and perspectives are a crucial factor in creating the innovative climate required for long-term business success. As a small company, we know that our success depends on the diversity and competence of our employees.
We work to ensure that all employees have the same rights, obligations and opportunities in all important areas of life. Important aspects of our gender equality work are to facilitate the opportunities to reconcile work and parenthood, to prevent and deter discrimination and to give all employees equal pay and conditions for equal work.
Safe work environment
All employees within TF Bank shall have an inspiring and safe work environment, both physically and psychosocially. The physical work environment must be designed to promote health and safety. All employees must have a good designed workplace. Great emphasis is placed on preventive work environment measures, which takes place in close collaboration between management, employees, the safety organisation and occupational health care. TF Bank continuously evaluates the efforts in the work environment area in order to be able to make continuous improvements in the daily work environment.
A basic principle for TF Bank is to provide all employees with the opportunity for development and training. We continuously train all employees in issues that affect their own work tasks, as well as in broader and business-critical issues such as money laundering. Based on development talks between each employee and the immediate manager, individual goals are set with the opportunity for individual development based on needs and ambitions. The ambition is for all employees to understand their role and the importance of their own work, to be able to influence their work situation, to feel responsible for their tasks and to develop their skills. The bank also wants to be a springboard to working life and in several markets there are opportunities for part-time work while studying.
|KPIs – attractive employer||2020||2019|
|Number of employees in the Group||212||174|
|– Of which women||114||100|
|– Share of women (%)||54||57|
|Share of female members of Board and executive management (%)||40||30|
|– In Board (%)||67||50|
|– In executive management (%)||0||0|
|Number of nationalities in Board||3||3|
|Average age of employees in the Group||34||–|
|Sick absence (%)||2.5||3.3|
|Staff turnover rayte (%)||19.0||25.1|
|Number of part-time employed students||30||19|