At Arelion, we celebrate diversity and respect everyone’s uniqueness - regardless of gender, nationality, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, disability, or personality.
At Arelion, we stand up for diversity and respect everyone’s individuality. We firmly believe that Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEIB) makes Arelion a happier, more interesting, and successful company.
A dynamic and innovative workplace is built by people from diverse backgrounds - with unique life experiences and individual differences. By increasing our shared sense of belonging and acceptance, diversity boosts engagement, powers innovation, and greatly enhances our business and culture.
DIB is an ongoing commitment and the responsibility of every single one of us. We are therefore working to:
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Arelion take responsibility for people’s wellbeing, our planet and sustainable business. Our sustainability agenda is a natural part of Arelion overall strategy. Read more about connecting a sustainable future.
Here we start a short blog series, asking the speakers at the event to share their experiences in the telecoms industry, and what they think about diversity and opportunity in the sector. We’ll kick things off by handing the floor over to Ana Romero Oses, Head of Network Engineering & Architecture at Arelion.
This is the second blog of the series, and today we’re publishing the thoughts and experiences of Vladka Hronkova, our Head of Network Procurement, based in Prague.
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