PRIMEPULSE signs the Charta der Vielfalt and is visibly committed to an appreciative and prejudice-free working environment.
The Charta der Vielfalt is an initiative to promote diversity in companies and institutions under the patronage of former German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel.
By signing the Charta der Vielfalt, PRIMEPULSE sends a clear signal for diversity and tolerance in the working world and signals the appreciation of all employees regardless of age, ethnic origin and nationality, gender and gender identity, physical and mental abilities, religion and ideology, sexual orientation and social origin.
“Our working world is constantly changing,” says Klaus Weinmann, CEO & Co-Founder. “Our commitment to diversity enables us to adapt to social and economic changes such as globalization, demographic change and a declining workforce. By signing the Charta der Vielfalt, we are now clearly positioning ourselves to our investees, our teams and partners”, says Klaus Weinmann.
“The commitment to diversity, the commitment to respectful and appreciative coexistence, is more important today than ever before, because our society is more diverse and differentiated than ever before. By signing the Charta der Vielfalt, you have made a commitment to recognize the diversity of society inside and outside the organization, to recognize, share and live the values. Because diversity is an attitude,” says Stefan Kiefer, Managing Director of Charta der Vielfalt e.V. “This also applies in the world of work. By signing the Charta der Vielfalt, signatory organizations clearly demonstrate that you promote diversity in the world of work, paving the way for innovative solutions and more productive approaches.”
Diversity management is a cross-cutting issue. The idea behind it: An organizational culture in which diversity is lived as a matter of course leads to all employees contributing their potential in the best possible way. It also promotes the diversity of ideas or products for which the organization stands.
More and more companies and institutions are seeing these benefits: around 4,500 corporations, businesses, public institutions, clubs, foundations and associations have now signed the Charta der Vielfalt. Around 14.6 million employees benefit from it.