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BGL BNP Paribas has organised a series of seminars for its managers to raise awareness about psychosocial risks. 

Burnout, addiction and workplace harassment are the most extreme expressions of psychosocial risk (PSR) in companies. Stress at work can lay waste to employee motivation, resulting in an unusually high absence rate. Ultimately, psychosocial risks are harmful to the company and public health, too. 

As the saying goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. That’s why BGL BNP Paribas has created an awareness campaign to give the Bank’s team leaders the initial tools they need to limit psychosocial risk factors and promote the mental health of their employees

Being a responsible employer is part of the Bank’s commitment to corporate social responsibility towards its staff.

The DHR interview

"Being a responsible employer means above all bearing in mind that the strength of a company lies in the commitment of its workforce.

At BGL BNP Paribas we are bound together by our values and a promise : “To be the bank for a changing world“. That is why we expect all of our staff to help us build the bank of tomorrow, in a world that we aim to make better and more sustainable.

In return, we invest in their development and offer them motivating and varied career opportunities. We also provide a high-quality work environment, based on professional equality and respect. 

These are the reciprocal commitments between the bank and its staff. In 2018, this responsible approach was also reflected in the way in which we managed the integration of ABN AMRO staff, by safeguarding jobs and supporting them throughout the transition phase. BNP Paribas is the product of several mergers that have allowed us not only to expand our business activities and clientele, but also to bring together over 2,400 employees of different nationalities and professional backgrounds.

This diversity has since become an invaluable asset and provides real added value for our clients.

Louis de Looz-Corswarem

Director of Human Resources BGL BNP Paribas

Promoting diversity and a sense of belonging

A diverse range of backgrounds, gender equality, the inclusion of disabled employees and respect for differences are at the heart of our values. Today’s changing mentalities are having a positive impact on our business.

#Respect for colleagues 

BGL BNP Paribas wants to provide work environment where its staff are treated fairly and with respect. This ambition gave rise to the #Respect for colleagues awareness programme designed to prevent all forms of workplace violence.

Equal opportunities for men and women

The bank is strongly committed to equal opportunities for men and women. BGL BNP Paribas signed the Diversity Charter in 2012, and was awarded the Positive Actions label of the Ministry for Equal Opportunities in 2015.

63% of men took parental leave in 2018, compared with only 22% inn 2015 

BNP Paribas Luxembourg is a signatory to the Luxembourg Diversity Charter

Making the bank a good place to work

Guaranteeing a fulfilling and secure work environment for employees is also a sure way to boost client satisfaction.

Top Employer 

BGL BNP Paribas received the prestigious Top Employer Luxembourg award for the third year running. This award recognises employers that offer excellent employee working conditions, and nurture and develop talent.

Read the press release 

 
Health Day 

The annual Health Day brings together the BNP Paribas Group’s employees in Luxembourg, during sporting activities and information sessions on topics such as sleep and wellbeing.

Thanks to the sporting challenges taken up by a large number of employees, two associations – L'île aux clowns and ALA (Luxembourg Alzheimer’s Association) – were each presented with a cheque for EUR 6,000.

 
Work-life balance

BGL BNP Paribas offers its staff considerable flexibility in organising their working time.

Moreover, they have access to a large range of services to enable them to achieve the best possible work-life balance: concierge service, gym, crèche, lounge, etc. 

Offering dynamic career management

In 2018, over 78,000 training hours were provided to help further our employees’ careers. Challenging your skills, continuous learning and implementing new ways of working require support through employee training, growth and development, keeping skills up to date. 

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Find out more about the commitment of BGL BNP Paribas.