SEB broadens collaboration with Mitt Liv
SEB is broadening its collaboration with the Mitt Liv organisation which supports and assists people with a foreign background who have a post-secondary education to enter the Swedish labour market.
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We at SEB have a strong belief that commitment drives change. Through our partnerships we want to become involved so that together we can create conditions to increase diversity and contribute to a more inclusive and equal society.
SEB has various collaborations designed to promote inclusion and diversity in the countries in which we operate. Here we have collected together information about the collaborations that we mainly have in Sweden. Our aim is that this site will be dynamic and that we continuously will add interesting information from all our sites.
In Sweden, SEB collaborates with Mentor and Mitt Liv – two organisations that in slightly different ways work to get people into working life with the help of mentors. While Mentor is aimed at young students and has the ambition to build bridges both between young people and adults and between schools and the business community. Mitt Liv focuses on people with a foreign background and tertiary education. There it is about helping students to get jobs that corresponds to their skills and qualifications.
SEB collaborates with Unicus, an IT consulting company that sells “testing services with a twist”. The twist is that the company only employees people with Asperger’s syndrome, who have previously been unemployed. SEB engages consultants from Unicus to work with testing.
Crip in Tech offers companies certification, coaching, training and other consulting services from IT consultants with reduced mobility.
Diversity Charter is a non-profit organisation that works to promote diversity in companies and organisations. They want inclusion and diversity to be an integrated part of the strategy of every company and organisation. In conjunction with SEB signing up to Diversity Charter Sweden, the bank participates in the European Commission’s initiative for the annual European Diversity Month in May which draws attention to the importance of diversity in the workplace.
Ownershift is a think tank that seeks to achieve a measurable increase in women’s share of ownership, to give women more power over their own life decisions and to make society more equal. SEB has intensified its collaboration with Ownershift through long-term sponsorship which stretches over the next three years.
SEB also collaborates with other organisations including Feminvest, Sweden’s largest network for female entrepreneurs.
In addition to our collaborations, we take part in different activities and events to encourage more women to apply to the IT industry. In Sweden we participate among others in.