Inclusion and development
As a global company, we believe that diversity among employees contributes to innovation, progress and enrichment of our business culture. We promote a work environment where all employees are fairly valued for their individual contribution, knowledge and experience. International labour standards and national requirements form the basis for Lundbeck’s corporate policies on diversity and recruitment.
We believe that Lundbeck’s success depends on having qualified and motivated employees. Our employees are offered relevant training to support them in achieving their individual goals and development programmes to ensure that the necessary competencies are in place for delivering on our business objectives. We expect all employees take an active part in their professional development.
All employees are regularly invited to provide feedback on a range of topics to assess satisfaction and motivation. The global Employee Satisfaction Survey identifies the most important topics within each business area and provides a framework for team dialogue on satisfaction and motivation. Specific action plans are agreed upon and implemented throughout the organisation.
Sound working environment
We apply an integrated approach to health, safety and environment (HSE) to promote safe and healthy working conditions for our approx. 5000 employees globally. Continuous improvement and cooperation are principal elements of Lundbeck’s HSE culture. We systematically assess the work environment and offer regular training to managers and employees to prevent work-related accidents and increase awareness of mental health at work.
To give all employees the best possible conditions to act responsibly, everybody receives annual training on ethics and compliance based on Lundbeck’s Code of Conduct. Managers are expected to lead the discussions on how the global requirements are translated into local actions.