Equal employment and development opportunities
We assess anyone applying for a job at Eurobank based on merit. We are not influenced by gender, nationality, age or other distinctions.
Every selection we make is made based on merit, objectivity, equal treatment of all candidates and transparency. The entire evaluation process is based on the values of Eurobank. We treat our employees objectively and fairly, and we give them the tools to advance if and when they wish so.
We are committed to implementing various initiatives and learning programmes, aiming to help our employees grow personally and professionally. This is key to us, as our employees’ motivation, commitment, skills and abilities will eventually define how our customers are being served.
Continuous learning is also critical in supporting our people adapt to an ever-changing digital world. We offer upskilling opportunities through various means and learning modalities, placing particular emphasis on providing everyone with access to highly acknowledged learning content platforms.
On average, our employees received 30 hours of learning in 2019.
Fair remuneration system
We acknowledge and award talent and innovation. We reward each employee depending on their contribution and the level of responsibility they undertake, as determined by the position they hold and the market where we operate.
We provide benefits for the families of our employees. We support parents, irrespective of gender, age or marital status.
Respect and team spirit
We respect every member of the Eurobank Group and embrace diversity. We foster team spirit. We encourage the smooth induction and participation of our members. We cultivate respect, solidarity, understanding and honesty.
We condemn unequal treatment
We are very strict when it comes to any type of harassment, intimidation and extreme behaviour. Discriminations based on nationality, gender, parental status, colour, religion, health, sexual orientation, etc. are not in tune with our principles and values.
We urge our employees to report such behaviours to their superiors and the Eurobank Regulatory Compliance Sector.