Nykredit: "We Leave Less to Chance"
Nykredit applies a systematic approach to achieve a more balanced gender representation among its managers. We must maintain a framework and culture that encourage more women to consider a career in leadership, says Trine Ahrenkiel, Head of HR, Communications & Marketing.
Equality Has Moved Further up the Top Management Agenda
Speeches and solo efforts had no effect. It is now a strategic goal for Spar Nord to be a diverse workplace with more female managers. That makes a huge difference, says Jannie Skovsen, local branch president, and Kim Kastrupsen, Head of HR, who are presently paving the way for a broader field of future managers.
New minister for digitalisation calls for more focus on the regulation of employee data
Finansforbundet has for several years advocated for a minister for digitalisation, and the SVM government has appointed Marie Bjerre from the Liberal Party as Denmark’s first minister in the area. She intends to put possibilities in the fast lane, while ensuring that neither the trust in digitalisation nor the rights of people are weakened.
2023 collective agreement: Key points of the agreement
In the early morning of Wednesday 1 March, Finansforbundet and the Danish Employers' Association for the Financial Sector (FA) reached an agreement on a new two-year collective agreement. The agreement will now be discussed at a meeting of the Assembly of Representatives at Finansforbundet on 15 March.
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New collective agreement for 41,000 financial sector employees
Finansforbundet and the Danish Employers' Association for the Financial Sector (FA) have agreed on a new two-year collective agreement covering 120 businesses and 41,000 employees in banks, mortgage credit institutions and IT finance companies.
After collective bargaining breakthrough: It is now up to the employers, says Kent Petersen
The settlement in the industrial sector is “very reasonable” and could form the basis for new negotiations in the financial sector if the employers are prepared to change their stance. So says the president of Finansforbundet.
Compliance expert: One thing is crucial if the compliance units are to have organisational impact
In her twenty years with the bank, Monika Wieczorkowska has seen the compliance function at Danske Bank go from non-existent to having hundreds of employees. She tells us about the cultural change that has occurred and how to ensure that the compliance officers are listened to.
A perspective on leadership: Dialogue works every time
We need to talk more about the things that matter to us, says Mads Skovlund, chief executive at Nordea. He is not afraid of talking openly about his own doubts and insecurities and encourages others to do the same. Dialogue is the path to security and well-being, he has learnt.
Oksana fled from Ukraine: Now she wants to stay and work in Denmark
Oksana Honcharuk fled from Ukraine when the war broke out. Now she has created a life for herself in Denmark and can use her financial experience in a job she got after an article that was published on the website of Finansforbundet.
Launch of negotiations on collective agreements in the financial sector
Finansforbundet and the Danish Employers' Association for the Financial Sector (FA) are opening negotiations on a new collective agreement for employees in Denmark’s banks, mortgage credit institutions and IT finance companies as well as for insurers.