Diversity & Inclusion
Feel at home at NN
You are at your best when you can be yourself. It is no coincidence that our promise to you is ‘You matter’. Together we create a working environment in which everybody feels safe, respected and valued. That’s why we aim to be a company that’s open to everyone, regardless of background, identity, sexual orientation, religion, ability, education, age or cognitive diversity.
Diversity and inclusion create a common bond that makes our company even stronger. It’s because we have different perspectives that we can provide a better service to our customers and have more to offer each other. It enables us to develop creative and innovative ideas for the next phase of our business.
Equal opportunities for all
We are committed to providing equal opportunities for all and having specific targets to further improve the position of women in our company. You’ll find is in the Bloomberg Gender Equality Index: an overview of organisations that offer transparency on gender equality in the workplace.
- All suitable candidates have equal opportunities when they apply for a job with us.
- Employees have the same opportunities to progress their careers
Increasing the proportion of female senior managers. Our target is for 30% of our senior managers to be female in 2020 and 40% in 2023.
We believe that an inclusive HR policy enables us as a company to serve our customers better. NN staff cover a wide range of nationalities, languages and cultures and we make every effort to create an environment that promotes this diversity.
Be yourself, also when you're at work
At NN, we want to create a working environment in which everyone feels welcome and can be themselves.That is why we have created 3 communities around 3 of our focus areas with our employees. We are extremely proud that our enthusiastic ambassadors are eager to work on topics such as Cultural Diversity, Gender Equality and Young Professionals. Seeking connection, learning from each other is our goal.
Woman On Board
We are a corporate partner of the non-profit association Women on Board.
This association is dedicated to promoting access by women to directorship roles in Belgian businesses (public and private).