We create a great place to work

Our Commitment

Our materiality matrix demonstrate that our stakeholders consider several aspects related to our employees as material for Hoist Finance. As part of running a sustainable business operation, we ensure we recruit and retain the best professionals, with the right passion and drive to make sure we deliver on our mission and goals. To create a great place to work, we focus on employee health and well-being, diversity, and gender equality to ensure our employees feel empowered, supported and proud to work at Hoist Finance. Read more about our People in the Our People Section.

 Press selected goals in the table below to read more about our activities in 2021. Find the progress tracking for our indicators 2021 in the Sustainability Reporting Section
Find our goals for 2022 in the Sustainability Startpage. Read more about our SDG goals and targets and UN Global Compact Principles on our website

Our Goals 2021SDGsOur Indicators 2021UNGC PrincipleSelection of Governing Documents
Employee health and well-being
  • 85% score in employee well-being in annual Great Place to Work survey.
  • 77% score in TRUST index in the annual Great Place to Work survey.
Principle 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6Code of Conduct, Sustainability Policy, Whistleblowing Policy
Diversity and equal opportunity A minimum of 90% score in diversity category in the annual Great Place to Work survey.Principle 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Code of Conduct, Sustainability Policy, Diversity Policy, Whistleblowing Policy

Gender equality A common reporting standard to be developed 2021.Principle 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6Code of Conduct, Sustainability Policy, Diversity Policy, Whistleblowing Policy

Testimonials & Stories

Below, find stories of activities carried out in 2021 to develop our work for our employees' well-being, diversity and gender equality.

Protecting colleagues from the mental consequences of racism

No one should have to face racist slurs by someone within or outside the company. However, we want to provide support to employees who have experienced racial slurs from customers or other stakeholders, and to employees on how to support their colleagues who have received racial slurs. Therefore, we offered a conference in our Romanian office in Bucharest, explaining how employees can legally react and what tools the company can provide to protect them.

Throughout the conference, we explained what is considered a racist comment or slur according to the law, and who to alert when this happens. We emphasised our whistleblowing process and when to use it. We also took this time as an opportunity to remind colleagues of their rights outside of the company. We furthermore reminded our coworkers that the information given throughout the conference also applies to any other form of discrimination, would it be sexism, homophobia, transphobia, etc.

Find more People cases in the People Section

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