Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion
Robert Walters Korea believes the activities and growth of employees of diverse character contribute to organisational development. We are building a workplace without regard to gender, nationality, disability and sexual orientation or marital and pregnancy status.
As a result, the number of men and women in our company are approximately equal, and women hold 33% of all managerial positions. As a specialist recruitment company, we strive to contribute to improving the competitive edge and sustainable success of companies by supporting corporate needs for diverse talent
Our diversity & inclusion initiatives are as follows:
Empowering Women in the Workplace
Robert Walters Korea strives to create a workplace that promotes women's participation and advancement, including hiring rates, continued employment, workstyles including working hours, male/female ratio in management positions, and diverse career paths. In addition to creating an environment conducive to workers without regard to marital and pregnancy status, we support compatibility between work and home both in terms of company programs and transforming awareness. For example, our company systems evaluate employee performance without respect to gender, and our "paternity leave” fosters a business culture and workplace environment that enables all employees to meet childcare responsibilities.
Robert Walters Korea believes the intersection of a variety of cultures and values can provide new thinking that leads to business success and delivers synergistic benefits. We are committed to building an environment that takes full advantage of the benefits of a multicultural workplace, and we regularly hold interactive events to encourage communication among our employees.
Our company values not only women's participation and diversity of nationality and race, but also the inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals. We are focused on raising awareness of the LGBT community and fostering a non-discriminatory understanding through such means as introducing LGBT-related events to employees.