Nom de l'entreprise : DSM AVOCATS A LA COUR
Secteur d'activité : Activités de services administratifs et de soutien
Catégorie de l'entreprise : PME
Description de l'action
DSM Avocats à la Cour is a mid-sized Luxembourg law firm which provides its national and international clientele multidisciplinary, multilingual services suited to Luxembourg's current environment.
The compatibility of family responsibilities with work is a crucial factor for DSM. This outlook is based on the recognition that skills and talents can only be used optimally if the employees are able to successfully meet the challenges of their professional and private lives.
Employees of different nationalities and cultures are an advantage in our work environment with international clients. Women and men have equal opportunites to developing their personal and professional abilities.
The compatibility of work and family life is important to us. Whether more flexible working hours to accommodate family needs or parental leave for both men and women, we support such measures. This in turn helps our employees balance their professional and private lives.
We are convinced that the diversity of our employees, which is reflected in their gender, age, origin, sexual orientation,religion, family status, education and individual values improves our performance and capacity for innovation in the interest of our clients.
Diversity is more than a simple appreciation for the concept. It is an expression of the integration of different potentials and worldviews into the daily work of our law firm, and is a source of our strength. The cooperation in our law firm’s diverse environment is based on respect and tolerance. We rely on the broad knowledge and extensive experience of our employees.
We expressly promote diversity. Because of this philosophy, we are in a position to adapt appropriately to our clients’ situations. We speak their language.
We now employ over 60% of women in our firm and parental leave is used by both women and men.
Mots-clés : Culture organisationnelle
Publié le 01 novembre 2016