Advancement of women in the Managing Board, Supervisory Board and key management positions (L-Rule 60 ACCG)

Lenzing endeavors to foster a diverse and inclusive environment where people feel a sense of belonging and are able to perform successfully, regardless of characteristics such as gender, marital status, ethnicity, skin color, citizenship, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, or other characteristics. To this end, a global policy for equal opportunities, diversity and inclusion (EDI) was launched in 2023 with explanatory videos in all seven languages of our production sites. Core teams of the global Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) Women@Lenzing and Multicultural@Lenzing, consisting of committed and interested employees, are now in the process of identifying obstacles to diversity and measures to promote greater inclusivity. Further ERGs are being planned.

The company’s Supervisory Board includes the following female members: Dr. Astrid Skala-Kuhmann, Ms. Melody Harris-Jensbach, Ms. Nicole van der Elst Desai and Ms. Bonita Haag. The following positions are held by women: Executive Vice President Commercial Nonwovens, Vice President Corporate Accounting & Tax, Vice President Global Technology, Senior Director Global Product & Application Management, Senior Director Global HR BP Commercial, Senior Director Corporate People Development, Senior Director Commercial Affairs Biorefinery & Co-Products, Site Director Operations Pulp Paskov, Director Global Application Center Management, Head of Textile Sourcing & Cooperations.

“Modern working conditions” are defined as a focus in the strategic HR orientation. Among other issues, work-life balance represents a key issue in this context. This is implemented according to location and country-specific needs.

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