Working conditions and development opportunities should not be dependent on sex or origin. There should be general equal opportunities plans with measurable targets and concrete measures.
Property has traditionally been seen as a male-dominated industry but in recent years, the industry has been attracting a growing number of women. Fabege wants to promote a more even gender balance and give women and men the same opportunities for recruitment to various positions in the company.
Fabege strives to create mixed workplaces with both women and men. This applies to all workplaces and levels and to managerial and executive organs.
- Take account of the gender aspect, i.e. give priority to the underrepresented sex where candidates have equivalent qualifications.
- Ensure that groups of interviewees comprise both women and men.
It goes without saying that no one should be exposed to sexual harassment. This means that no one should be subject to abusive behaviour or feel ill at ease due to statements, images and text that is posted or visible at the workplace.
To ensure that no sexual harassment takes place, we can spread information about the company’s guidelines for handling of sexual harassment.
Work and family life
We aim to make it easier for women and men to combine parenting and work. Our goal is to create working conditions that enable employees to combine their work with their responsibilities as parents. This may refer to working hours, staff conferences, meetings, training and travel. It is particularly important that both women and men are given full opportunities to go on parental leave or take leave to care for children.