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    The men and women on our staff in 2021

    KfW – an attractive employer

    Financial year 2021 was still marked by the coronavirus pandemic, meaning that high demands continued to be placed on KfW, its managers and employees. The year was also characterised by important modernisation projects in the context of further implementing New Work measures.

    • Development of corporate culture in terms of agility and digitalisation
    • Future-oriented solutions for flexible and digital working were advanced and anchored for the long term
    • Promotion of inclusion and accessibility through measures to raise awareness
    • Further progress on equal opportunity issues also in terms of new legal requirements

    Key staff figures 2021

    Overview of issues in reporting year 2021

    Focal point in 2021 – New Work

    The Human Resources department redesigned the skills acquisition strategy in order to rise to future challenges – such as agile and digital transformation processes – in the best way possible. The resulting measures were gradually implemented and expanded.

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