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Employment

Africa’s prosperity and potential for sustainable growth depends on creating decent work opportunities on a large scale. Countries that fail to tackle high levels of unemployment, particularly among the youth, risk social instability and will miss the opportunity to capitalise on Africa’s demographic dividend. Standard Bank is a major employer in Africa.

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We’re committed to establishing a diverse workforce and an inclusive working environment, with personal development opportunities for all employees. This stance aligns with the SDG 5 and South African NDP commitment to gender equality and empowerment of women and girls. We offer a variety of learnerships for school leavers and graduates, alongside in-house skills development and on-the-job training.

SHIFTS IN REPRESENTATION
OF WOMEN: 2016 – 2017

REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN JOB BANDS

Strengthening diversity and inclusion

In 2017, we continued strengthening our culture of diversity and inclusion. We held regional diversity and inclusion workshops across all our African operations, and in London.

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As an employer, we need to think differently about the future of work in a digital world and develop solutions to address the systemic impact of digitisation. We need to keep pushing the boundaries to introduce innovative and accredited learning solutions for our people, to help them remain relevant and employable now and in the future.
– Sharon Taylor, Head of human capital, Standard Bank Group

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