Sexual orientation and gender identity
Race, nationality, ethnicity
Understand your clients better
Different backgrounds and experiences within your team help addressing your clients’ needs and improve products or services
Companies that are inclusive, open, and transparent are more successful in attracting talents and skills
Join responsible community
By participating in Lithuanian Diversity Charter you join the EU Platform of Diversity Charters that unites 26 countries. This is more than 12 thousand companies and over 15 million of employees
Create measurable change
We assist our members to assess how successful they are in ensuring equal opportunities and managing diversity and inclusion within their workplace
Share your experiences, and network with organizations in Lithuania and other EU countries. Present your activities to the business community and learn about their good practices
Research shows that partners, clients, and employees prioritize transparent, responsible, and inclusive organizations over other companies
Reducing the gender pay gap
To reduce the pay gap between men and women, Swedbank has conducted a comprehensive pay analysis of the organization’s employees. After identifying positions where the pay gap based on gender was founded, Swedbank has prepared an action plan and set up a budget to close these pay gaps. In a couple of years, the difference was reduced to 1 percent.
Assessing the pay gaps has become part of the day-to-day work. When hiring new employees or reviewing pay, Swedbank constantly monitors the impact of decisions on the gender pay gap within teams and the whole organization. The company also pays close attention to diversity during the employee selection process. Next to every public announcement there is a value-reflecting message: Swedbank is a bank for everyone. Here we build our work environment and traditions: we actively promote employee diversity, and we are leaders in promoting gender equality. Swedbank welcomes all candidates, regardless of their sex, age, nationality, disability, or beliefs. Join us and you will see.
Employment program for people with disabilities
People with various disabilities have been working in Rimi stores and offices for more than ten years. At the beginning of 2018, there were 129. “Sometimes our customers lack social sensitivity and are afraid to communicate with a deaf person, but I believe I am creating a positive change step by step. This is crucially important not only for me but for a whole deaf community. I learn important lessons as well – I learn to control my emotions, to act tactfully with clients, even though there are situations where I do not want to do it, I need to defend myself or express my opinion “, - says Donata Vilkaitė, who has been working as a cashier at Rimi for 6 years.