Today, Tesco has taken a significant step in the field of reporting and published its first-ever Diversity and Inclusion Report. In this way, it wants to inform the general public about its steps in the field of diversity and inclusion, ie how it approaches the diversity of its colleagues, how it intends to facilitate entry into the labor market for people with disabilities and how it facilitates the return of its employees after long-term incapacity for work.
The report, aptly titled “Everyone is Welcome to Tesco,” provides a comprehensive overview of Tesco’s activities to support families and help them reconcile private and professional life. It also focuses on the career growth of all colleagues and also focuses on equal pay for men and women. The report is accompanied by a number of interesting demographic data that will facilitate insight into this issue. The specific life stories of employees then illustrate the various life situations that people have found themselves in and how the company’s environment has helped them to adapt.
“Our business builds on people, so our top priority is to take care of our employees. That’s why we want to build an inclusive work environment where everyone is welcome, rewarded for a job well done, where we value every idea that employees come up with and where we don’t grow. Our philosophy is that the more diverse our colleagues at Tesco, the richer our corporate culture will be, ”says Katarína Navrátilová, Tesco’s General Manager for the Czech Republic.
Tesco is an employer who applies a policy of equal pay for all employees without distinction. In its establishments and distribution centers, each position has a specific wage tariff, which does not change depending on who holds the position. As part of the company’s benefits, the company strives to provide assistance to the widest possible range of its employees.
“Tesco has steadily risen to the top of the TOP Responsible Company rating in recent years in all key indicators of sustainable and responsible business. This year’s” Diversity and Inclusion Report “is just proof of this. Tesco is part of the Diversity Charter and promotes diversity and inclusion as an integral part of our own corporate culture, including, for example, the current introduction of highly innovative pro-family benefits for employees. We are pleased to be able to change stereotypes in the labor market and society together with diversity ambassadors such as Tesco, “adds Daniela Němcová , Business Director for.
“I like Tesco’s open approach and proactive policy on such an important and complex issue as diversity and inclusion is without a doubt. The report can inspire others to take concrete steps to create a diverse work environment and reduce any disparities. It’s great to have an inclusive work environment. however, it is more important to ensure that everyone feels safe and knows that their diversity really matters. The impact can go far beyond the company, “adds Lucie Mádlová, Executive Director of the Association of Social Responsibility.
Source: Tyden.cz by www.tyden.cz.
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