Diversity and inclusion at STRABAG
We build on diversity!
As a globally active company, STRABAG’s 79,000 employees represent more than 139 nations from all generations, various religions and different sexual orientations. We are proud of this diversity and want to support our employees in their development as best as we can. STRABAG stands for equal opportunities: everyone, regardless of their gender or gender identity, age, origin, sexual orientation, religion or beliefs, is given the same opportunities and the same career prospects. Because we believe that diverse teams are the best foundation for building a successful future with innovative and climate-friendly solutions.
The more diverse our employees are in terms of gender, age, origin or professional background, the more diverse their perspectives and their innovative approaches to solving the most pressing challenges facing our industry.
6-0-100: Our diversity targets
Our goal is clear: as one of the world’s leading construction technology companies, we want to be an attractive employer for all. We have set ourselves clear and measurable targets to bring us closer to this goal and to promote equality, diversity and inclusion at STRABAG.
- +6 %:Increase the number of women in management by 6% per year.
- 0: A gender pay gap is 0
- 100%: Creating awareness through mandatory leadership training on equality, diversity and inclusion.
Dimensions of diversity
- Career opportunities are open to all genders and all gender identities.
- We help our employees to reconcile work and family life by offering innovative working time arrangements, allowing the option to work from home and fostering an environment where it is natural for fathers to take paternity leave.
- We value and support young and older employees alike.
- Skills assessments, performance reviews and development plans are standard for all employees, regardless of their age.
- We see diversity as an asset.
- We create a culture where everyone feels a sense of belonging and has an opportunity to grow.
- Intercultural integration and consideration are a matter of course.
In our vision for the future, equality, diversity and inclusion are firmly anchored in everyone’s thinking, are an integral component of our structures and concepts, and are automatically included in our decisions and actions. Gender diversity and ethnic diversity should also be more strongly reflected in leadership positions.