To create the most stimulating work environment in the country while simultaneously building an inclusive culture and a diverse talent pool to support our social commitments.
Our three-year action plan for 2020-2023 clearly defines the areas of action that we will focus on in the coming years, based on the following priorities:
National Bank greatly values the quality of the environment it offers employees and takes steps to promote an open, respectful workplace free from discrimination. The Bank has therefore drawn up policies and practices intended to ensure employment equity and respect for human rights while fighting workplace harassment and violence.
As an employer, we do our utmost to ensure all our employees feel valued, realize their full potential and live their ambitions. The Bank doesn't tolerate any form of discrimination on the grounds of race, gender, language, religion, as well as political or other opinions, ethnicity, national or social origins, wealth, birth or any other factors.
Enabling our employees to live their ambitions in an inclusive culture means identifying their needs and taking specific actions to meet them. We've rolled out many initiatives to promote the inclusion and development of various employee groups: women, visible minorities, persons with disabilities, Indigenous persons and members of the community.
Our commitment to making National Bank a more diverse and inclusive company has been recognized on several occasions by external organizations. In 2021, the Bank was selected for the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index for a third consecutive year. We also received the Platinum Parity Certification from Women in Governance in recognition of our efforts to close the gender gap within our organization.