We are committed to fostering an environment of respect, openness, and inclusion. Our ambition is to support our LGBTQ+ employees by promoting everyday LGBTQ+ inclusion through equal opportunities for a healthy life. 

To cultivate a truly inclusive environment, we have introduced policies and initiatives specifically tailored to meet the needs of our LGBTQ+ employees. Our aim is to ensure that the spirit of Pride is not only reflected in our words but also deeply ingrained in our actions.

Photo of Ersoy and Kristoffer Wiedemann with their son Anton

Parental leave is an integral part of the employee life cycle. As a company, we offer policies and procedures for employees to take time off from work, to provide support and flexibility to balance  personal and professional responsibilities.

In early 2022, we launched a global parental leave policy offering a minimum of eight weeks of paid leave within the first year of becoming a parent to all non-birthing parents globally, regardless of gender. From January 2025, we will extend that leave from 8 weeks to 14 weeks to further align it with a birthing parent. This change will establish a global minimum standard of 14 weeks for Gender-Neutral Parental leave, applicable to all parents regardless of gender identity.

Our ambition is that recognition of the non-birthing parents' right to leave will result in greater inclusion and equality for parents – both at work and at home.