Luminor Group builds and fosters a fair and inclusive working environment and unique culture where every employee is valued and given equal opportunities regardless of our individual differences, such as race, age, gender, ethnicity, color, nationality, sexual orientation, physical abilities, family status, religious beliefs, experience, way of thinking or other.
By this we thrive to achieve a diverse and skillful composition of all management bodies and talents at the Bank, to allow a variety of views in the decision making and to enhance Luminor business in accordance with universal principles of equality, fairness and relevant legal acts.
Luminor does not tolerate any form of intimidation, bullying, scapegoating, harassment, sexual harassment at workplace and take measures to protect employees from any discrimination and from any instructions to discriminate and to discipline those that breach of these principles.
To strengthen the unique culture at Luminor, the bank ensures that every talent feels freedom and executes the right to participate in formal or informal groups to protect the rights of employees, customers and other stakeholders. Luminor provides arena and dialogue with Ametiühing, the Trade Union in Estonia, Employees Works Council as well as other informal representative groups of wide range of interests. Employees who are not covered by collective bargaining agreements are covered by local law and individual employment contracts. In Latvia and Lithuania, we don’t have collective bargaining agreement though in the latter as required by law we have established an internal Employee Works Council.
Luminor has issued the Equality, Non-discrimination and DiversityPolicy to strengthen the aim of building inclusive, diverse and free of discrimination workplace.