Diversity Charter Finland
Diversity is a growing CR trend in Finland: the best way to grasp new business opportunities is to view the world from diverse perspectives.
FIBS' Diversity Charter Finland helps companies develop diversity management practices that take into consideration both personnel and clientele and to utilize different backgrounds, competences and characters in order to create more innovative, productive and responsible working environment.
As a member of Diversity Charter Finland you get:
- Up-to-date information on the best diversity management practices in Finland and abroad
- Peer support and mentoring to help you begin and further develop your diversity management
- A possibility to expand your customer and cooperation networks
- Visibility to your diversity work
All companies and other types of organizations are welcome to join Diversity Charter Finland by signing the Charter. Signatory companies engage in ensuring equal opportunities, rights and treatment for all, appreciating and utilizing the variety of know-how amongst its staff and the needs of its stakeholders, managing its operations successfully and communicating about goals and achievements.
Diversity Charter Finland has been produced as part of the YES – Equality is Priority Project, supported by the European Community programme for employment and social solidarity - PROGRESS (2007–2013). The information contained within the framework of the charter reflects the organizer's view, and the European Commission is not liable for any use that may be made of that information. The activities of this charter do not necessarily reflect the position or opinion of the European Commission. The YES – Equality is Priority Project is a cooperation project involving the public administration and authorities, and bodies and organisations representing groups at risk of discrimination. This project is aimed at promoting non-discrimination and equal opportunities. It is being implemented by the Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Education and Culture, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Ministry of Employment and the Economy, the Defence Forces/Defence Command Finland, the Sami Parliament and organisations and advisory committees representing groups at risk of discrimination.