Portrait of a young woman in a wheelchair together with two other peope in a office

    The men and women on our staff in 2022

    KfW as an attractive employer

    The 2022 financial year was characterised by the transition from the coronavirus pandemic back to normal operation. This enabled important transformation projects for flexible, future-oriented and digital working to be further advanced, implemented and tested under normal conditions.

    • new learning has been further anchored, and the new KfW video portal established as a learning format
    • KfW cultural development as an important basis for the successful further development of KfW
    • talent management to meet the current challenges in the labour market
    • management function as key to adequately supporting and implementing the changes

    HR figures 2022

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    Overview of topics in the 2022 reporting year

    Priority focus 2022: talent management

    In order to best meet current challenges such as demographic change, the increasing shortage of skilled workers, a change in applicant behaviour and a highly competitive employee market, the Human Resources department has further developed talent management. The aim: to position KfW as an attractive employer for existing and potential new talent. To this end, numerous measures were implemented in the areas of recruitment and employee retention.

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    The information contained in this online Annual Report 2022 is based on KfW’s Financial Report 2022, which you can download here. Should this online Annual Report 2022, despite the great care taken in preparation of its content, contain any contradictions or errors compared to the Financial Report, the KfW Financial Report 2022 takes priority.