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Embedding a culture of learning
The past two years have seen initiatives launched to develop the skills needed to adopt digital ways of working, deliver digital services and establish a culture of learning across the organisation.
The world of work is changing. Across all sectors, new jobs are being created and others are being changed as a result of trends such as technological innovation, workforce demographics and increased competition.
Diversity, equality and inclusion
The intelligence, innovation and passion of our colleagues as part of a diverse and inclusive organisation is at the heart of our success.
Our business is a knowledge business and it is essential that our people continue to grow and develop personally and technically so we are not only an employer of choice but also the consultant of choice for our clients.
Training and development
We employ high quality individuals who understand that driving their own development is what really counts.
Our employee engagement at Royal HaskoningDHV has improved significantly over the past three years and was measured in an employee and client engagement survey, conducted by the Kantar research agency.
Looking forward to 2020
In the year ahead, our main areas of focus will be on people and culture as we continue the workforce transition and the development of hard and soft skills. We want to instil a learning mindset across the organisation.
Our colleagues choose to play an active role in ‘giving back’ to societies in which we work. This is done through fund raising initiatives, contributions direct from salaries and giving of time and skills.
The BrITE Foundation is a charitable fund set up and run by employees of Royal HaskoningDHV. It draws on our collective social responsibility to help create a brighter world.
Community initiatives in Europe
In the UK, staff across our offices were involved in fund raising activities for local charities in 2019 including contributing to food banks and providing 60 Christmas hampers for children moving from care into their own homes.