We know the best employers for Diversity & Inclusion in Poland. Responsible Business Forum announces Diversity IN Check results

23 czerwca 2021

Thirty-one organizations – mainly large companies – are on the first List of the best employers for Diversity & Inclusion in Poland. The list is based on the results of the Diversity IN Check survey by the Responsible Business Forum and a group of partner organizations. The list was announced online. The broadcast transcript is available on the Diversity Charter’s Facebook profile.

Diversity IN Check is a tool for diagnosing the degree of maturity of employers in managing diversity and building inclusive organizations. The survey is designed according to internationally recognized standards and guidelines, including SDGs, ISO 26000, GRI Standards, and OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. The survey questions are arranged into five thematic areas: Governance fundamentals, Programmes and Measures, Building Engagement, Performance Indicators, and additional questions related to COVID-19.

– We aspired to build a tool to address the growing needs of employers in terms of a strategic approach to Diversity & Inclusion. As a coordinator of the Diversity Charter, we strive to support employers in their efforts to build an inclusive labour market in Poland. As in the area of diversity management, it is essential to measure the effectiveness of actions taken so far, that is why we are delighted with the interest in Diversity IN Check. We are convinced that the survey results will provide valuable support to all organisations in terms of the evaluation of existing initiatives and setting priorities for future actions. We recognize that the educational value of this survey is paramount. I would like to congratulate employers who made it to the first edition of our list, but I would also wish to thank all of the survey participants. I am pretty sure that many of these employers will be represented in the next edition, that next year this group will become bigger. We want to promote diversity management and inclusion among the widest group of employers and work together for social cohesion. My gratitude also goes to the partners and patrons we are working with on this initiative. Together, we invite you to participate in next year’s edition of the survey – says Marzena Strzelczak, President & General Director of the Responsible Business Forum.

On May 27, in celebration of Diversity Month, the first List of best employers for Diversity & Inclusion in Poland was announced. The list is based on results of the Diversity IN Check survey. The broadcast transcript of the event is available on the Diversity Charter’s profile on Facebook.

The summary of qualified employers, in alphabetical order, is presented below:

  • Bank BPH
  • BASF Polska Sp. z o.o.
  • BNP Paribas Bank Polska S.A.
  • CCC S.A.
  • CEMEX Polska
  • Citibank Europe plc
  • Citi Handlowy
  • Credit Suisse (Poland) Sp. z o.o.
  • Cushman & Wakefield Polska
  • DNB Bank Polska S.A.
  • Ferrero
  • Henkel Polska
  • IKEA Retail Sp. z o.o.
  • ING Bank Śląski S.A.
  • intive GmbH Sp. z o.o. Oddział w Polsce
  • KPMG Sp. z o.o.
  • L’Oreal Polska
  • Luxoft Polska
  • McDonald’s
  • MetLife
  • NatWest Poland
  • Orange Polska
  • Pfizer Polska Sp. z o.o.
  • Polenergia SA
  • Provident Polska SA
  • Santander Bank Polska S.A.
  • Sephora Polska
  • Siemens Sp. z o.o.
  • STU ERGO Hestia SA
  • T-Mobile Polska
  • Urząd Marszałkowski Województwa Zachodniopomorskiego

The full survey report, compiled by a panel of experts and featuring the most interesting practices and biggest challenges faced by organisations in the area of D&I, will be released following the holiday break. However, by the end of June each of the surveyed employers (regardless of the score and presence in the group of most advanced organizations) will receive an individual, full summary of the results. This is to reinforce the educational value of the project.

The survey is supported by a group of partners and patrons: ABSL – Association of Business Service Leaders, Central Institute for Labour Protection – National Research Institute based in Warsaw, Deloitte Advisory, Share the Care Foundation, PBS, Warsaw School of Economics, French-Polish Chamber of Commerce, Belgian Chamber of Commerce, and Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. A board of experts is responsible for the supervision of the survey >>

More information about the survey can be found at kartaroznorodnosci.pl/diversityincheck