Data ethics in the financial sector: We need to take on the challenges together
The members of Finansforbundet trust that the data their employers hold about them are handled responsibly. There is greater concern about how employee data are used and will impact our professional lives in the future, shows an analysis.
New presidency to take over after National Congress of Finansforbundet in September
President Kent Petersen and Vice President Michael Budolfsen will not accept renomination at the National Congress of Finansforbundet in September after joint discussions with the Executive Committee on the political leadership of the union going forward
One parameter is crucial to succeed with AI in the financial sector
One element in particular increases the benefits of artificial intelligence in companies. That is the outcome of a survey that also indicates that many employees in the financial sector worry about the development
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Head of Digital Security: Banks should help ashamed victims of fraud
A job that truly makes sense and lives up to the nice words about social responsibility? Sune Gabelgaard, Head of Digital Security, has a good suggestion: Help the victims of digital fraud. More than every second Dane falls victim to attempted digital fraud
Project staff have 40 per cent greater risk of stress
About every tenth member of Finansforbundet is employed for a specific project. National research now shows that this group is significantly more exposed to stress, anxiety and depression than permanent employees. Organisations should focus on the well-being of all employees, says Vice-President of Finansforbundet, Michael Budolfsen.
Compliance area in significant growth: See the development in major banks
In the years following the financial crisis, compliance departments around the world witnessed a job boom. In some of the largest Danish banks, the number of compliance staff has continued to increase, while, in others, it reached the right level a few years ago.
Nykredit: "We Leave Less to Chance"
Nykredit applies a systematic approach to achieve a more balanced gender representation among its managers. We must maintain a framework and culture that encourage more women to consider a career in leadership, says Trine Ahrenkiel, Head of HR, Communications & Marketing.
Equality Has Moved Further up the Top Management Agenda
Speeches and solo efforts had no effect. It is now a strategic goal for Spar Nord to be a diverse workplace with more female managers. That makes a huge difference, says Jannie Skovsen, local branch president, and Kim Kastrupsen, Head of HR, who are presently paving the way for a broader field of future managers.
New minister for digitalisation calls for more focus on the regulation of employee data
Finansforbundet has for several years advocated for a minister for digitalisation, and the SVM government has appointed Marie Bjerre from the Liberal Party as Denmark’s first minister in the area. She intends to put possibilities in the fast lane, while ensuring that neither the trust in digitalisation nor the rights of people are weakened.