Lenzing endeavors to create a diverse and inclusive environment to which people feel they belong and where they can perform successfully, regardless of characteristics such as gender, race, age, ethnicity, cultural background, language, etc. Based on the gender diversity analysis conducted in 2021 and the results of this analysis, HR managers were specifically trained on the topic of diversity during the past financial year. The company is currently working on implementing Employee Resource Groups in order to address topics such as Women@Work and ethnicity, together with committed and interested employees.
Astrid Skala-Kuhmann, Melody Harris-Jensbach and Daniela Födinger are members of the Supervisory Board. The following positions are held by women: Vice President Global Nonwovens Business, Vice President Operations Pulp, Senior Director Corporate People Development, Vice President Corporate Accounting & Tax, Director Global Technical Marketing, Head of Circularity Initiative, Site Director Operations Pulp Czech Republic, Senior Director Commercial Affairs Biorefinery & Co-Products. One of the nine production sites – Lenzing Biocel Paskov – has been managed by a woman since 2019.
“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.