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  • #6 in Banking and financial services
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Diversity at FNZ

8.9 rating for Diversity, based on 15 reviews
Please provide further information on diversity with respect to women, ethnic minorities and LGBT. Please comment on issues such as recruitment, retention, promotion, child care, maternity leave, etc.
Diversity and inclusion working group in place with D&I morning teas to report on progress.
Graduate, Wellington
FNZ are a part of Diversity Works NZ who do great work for diversity in the workplace. I know we have a lot of systems in place to support all ranges of people and their situations.
Graduate, Wellington
We have a Diversity and Inclusion Group which meet to discuss diversity issues and how to improve them and implement those actions
Graduate, Wellington
Appears to be flexible arrangements where required, good events for cultural occasions.
Experienced, Wellington
The company is striving to be a leader when it comes to diversity. From what I can see around the office, they are already achieving this in all of the categories mentioned, and more. Too early to comment on the issues mentioned.
Graduate, Wellington
Very good moving in a positive direction, would like to see the rainbow tick next.
Graduate, Wellington
The company is very diverse, and there is a diversity and inclusion group. I have no issues with diversity in the company.
Midlevel, Wellington
FNZ is a very diverse company in terms of women and men, race and how people identify. I haven't even finished my third week and have already been to a diversity based morning tea to help raise awareness.
Graduate, Wellington
The company has a culture that welcomes and encourages inclusivity and diversity including the culture club having a sub group for diversity and inclusion. The diversity in the workforce here is quite impressive compared to other tech companies
Intern, Wellington
FNZ has a diversity and cultural clubs which does a lot of amazing things.
Intern, Wellington
Have enormous support in the culture club where they constantly have sessions for all the cultural events that happen throughout the year
Midlevel, Auckland
What does your company do to attract applicants from less privileged backgrounds?
I do not know a lot about this area but I know that FNZ are involved with getting minorities into the corporate environment.
Graduate, Wellington
I think they do recruit a lot of people from different ages, gender and background.
Intern, Wellington

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