The values underpinning Bankinter's corporate culture are Integrity, Agility, Originality and Enthusiasm, and its most important assets are its People.
To foster active employee participation in running the business, Bankinter encourages a free, open, non-hierarchical, creative and motivating work environment, promoting the direct involvement of its professionals in decision-making processes and the introduction of significant improvements and innovations.
Bankinter's work-life balance policy applies measures that seek to offer greater employee well-being, always applying criteria of flexibility, in the belief that work-life balance is a lever for equality, for positioning men and women on the same level in balancing their personal, family and professional lives.
Support for diversity and equal opportunities form part of the Bank's corporate culture.
Bankinter offers social benefits which apply to all employees, irrespective of their working day or the region they live in, such as a sports allowance, study allowance, medical insurance, life insurance, etc.
The Bank acknowledges and guarantees its employees full exercise of their rights to trades union membership, association and collective bargaining in the terms established by law. The entire workforce is covered by a collective labour agreement.
As part of the Sustainability Training Plan, courses are planned, both classroom-based and online, with the objective of involving and training the workforce on a model of responsible management, such as the online course "A bank for everyone", on attending to persons with disabilities, or the online Environmental Management course.
Regular studies are carried out on the climate in the workplace, enabling us to gain a thorough understanding of employees? opinions. A realistic knowledge and comparison of the working environment is the best basis from which to improve people management.