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To achieve its mission, the EBRD seeks to recruit, motivate and retain the most talented and committed people, ensuring that employees are appropriately rewarded for their contributions and can participate in quality training and development.
The EBRD’s human resources strategy is based on the principles of positive engagement with staff, responsiveness to the needs of departments throughout the Bank, innovation, professionalism and transparency.
Over the past year, the EBRD has turned to its staff both in London and across its network of offices to support its business through the complexity and uncertainty of the economic crisis. Focus has been on enhancing technical banking skills and staff performance.
The Bank’s staff may be assigned temporarily from the London headquarters to another office in a country of operations (Resident Office), vice versa, or between two Resident Offices.
These assignments increase the Bank’s operational focus while offering individuals the opportunity to fulfil professional goals by working in a different location.
In line with the EBRD’s commitment to gender equality in projects it carries out in its countries of operations, the Bank launched a gender equality initiative for internal staff.
In addition, the Bank confirmed its commitment to offer a work environment free of harassment, sexual harassment or abuse of authority. A new policy was put in place in 2009 to clarify a number of important issues on conduct and behaviour in the workplace and to set out guidelines to resolve conflicts and problems.
Read more in the Sustainability Report.
Last updated 11 July 2012