We believe in and embrace the power of diverse minds.
We believe employing a truly eclectic mix of people – looking beyond gender boundaries, ethnicity, religion or belief systems, physical ability, sexual orientation or age – is fundamental to creating an inspirational workplace. For us, diversity is a game changer in innovation.
We do not see equality as something that we will achieve once and for all and then forget. Instead it is an ongoing process. We actively work with partners in the business and wider community to foster equality in the workplace and society at large.
Respect diverse identities. Appreciate diversity of thought and use it as a strength in your teams.
Grow your social and emotional intelligence. Create a trusted environment. Listen actively and share openly.
Be aware of and counteract bias, discrimination and harassment. Build teams on trust and safety. Be transparent throughout the talent cycle.
We do not see equality as something that we will achieve once and for all. Instead, it is an ongoing process. We have come quite a way on that journey, and value the internal initiatives run by our people and the external recognition we have received − you can see some of them below.
Tieto ranked as top three of global tech companies in Equileap's 2019 Global Gender Equality Ranking, which evaluated more than 3 000 companies across 23 countries based on 19 gender equality criteria.Read more
Tieto India are proud winners of the 'Employee Excellence Network Awards' by the BD Foundation. Tieto India has also been listed in Top 100 Best Companies for Women in India by Working Mothers and Avtar group, and in top three finalists for the Sandvik India Diversity Awards. Tieto iLEAD programme (I Lead for Equality and Diversity) inspires, facilitates and propagates inclusivity across the entire business.
In 2015, we became the first IT company in the world to be granted EDGE Certification, the leading global assessment and business certification for gender equality. Our business practices and policies across five different areas were assessed: Equal pay for equivalent work, Recruitment and promotion, Leadership development training and mentoring, Flexible working, Company culture.Read more
The Estonian Diversity Charter was established in 2012 as a voluntary agreement where companies and non-government and public sector organisations sign up to respect human diversity and value the principle of equal treatment among employees, partners and clients. Tieto Estonia has been a voluntary member since 2013. In 2018 we applied for and were granted the Diverse Workplace label.
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