The men and women on our staff in 2020
KfW as an attractive employer
High demands continued to be placed on KfW, its managers and employees in financial year 2020. As well as dealing with the pandemic situation and handling a considerable volume of business, KfW continued to focus on implementing important modernisation projects.
- New Work – development of corporate culture in terms of agility and digitalisation
- Promotion of inclusion and accessibility through awareness-raising measures
- Future-oriented solutions for flexible and digital working were advanced and anchored for the long term
Overview of issues in reporting year 2020
Focal points in 2020: Digitalisation and agility
Learning and skills management: Redevelopment
The Human Resources department is redefining the skills acquisition strategy and modifying the framework for learning and further training at KfW in order to rise to future challenges – such as agile and digital transformation processes – in the best way possible.
Promoting agile work and self-organisation
KfW continued to establish agile forms of collaboration in 2020 with the aid of digital tools.
The information contained in this online Annual Report 2020 is based on KfW’s Financial Report 2020, which you can download Should this online Annual Report 2020, despite the great care taken in preparation of its content, contain any contradictions or errors compared to the Financial Report, the KfW Financial Report 2020 takes priority.