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Development in a time of vacancies and work pressure is important

Nordea is experiencing a challenging labour market, where more employees are resigning and recruitment is becoming more difficult. How can Nordea support a development where it becomes natural to develop employees towards the next job in Nordea? Watch the video with the the board members Kasper Skovgaard Pedersen, Louise Naur and Ole Lund Jensen

15. Feb 2022
2 min
Af Jesper Kiby Denborg
jesper.kiby.denborg@nordea.com

"We live in a time where more and more employees are reviewing their work lives." That’s how Kasper Skovgaard Pedersen begins the video below, where Finansforbundet in Nordea invites to its Annual General Meeting on 25 March.

Nordea is experiencing a challenging labour market, where more empoyees are resigning and recruitment is more difficult.

This further increases the work pressure on the remaining employees. In the video, Louise Naur lists some of the reasons:

“There have been stricter requirements from the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority, which leads to more complex working procedures. Employees are experiencing increased targets from management. Several positions will not be re-filled, but closed down. Customers make greater demands on speed, and there are many vacancies.”

More important than ever

The work pressure and lack of staff makes it more important than ever to maintain and develop our knowledge and skills.

"But how can Nordea support a development where it becomes natural to develop employees towards the next job in Nordea?", Ole Lund Jensen asks in the video.

Read much more about the Annual General Meeting and the opportunities to participate at finansforbundet.dk/agm2022

You sign up here. The registration deadline is 10 March. You can choose between participating physically at Scandic Sluseholmen or virtually (at the workplace with your colleagues or from home). The deadline for signing up with overnight stay at Scandic Sluseholmen is now overdue.

Watch the video below. The video is in Danish and lasts a minute and a half. If you want to see the video subtitled in Danish, click on CC in the lower right corner and select ‘Dansk CC'