Union Bank of Nigeria reaffirmed its commitment to a just and equitable society in honor of International Women’s Day 2023 by promoting equity, justice and the continued inclusion of women in all walks of life of human activity, especially in technology. This was underlined during a virtual event recently organized by the bank’s internal women’s network, WeHub (Women Empowerment Hub).
In line with the theme of this year’s global campaign, “Embrace Equity”, the event featured activities and discussions focusing on current issues. As an organization committed to leading the charge for inclusion and parity, Union Bank has consistently used International Women’s Day to promote impactful conversations and encourage positive action for gender equality. During the discussions, the bank underlined its commitment to integrating equity into all its operations to ensure the career development of female employees in all departments, especially technology.
Speaking during her opening remarks, Olufunmilola Aluko, Chief Brand & Marketing Officer Union Bank, said, “International Women’s Day is an important day for us at Union Bank as it provides an opportunity to recognize the contributions and progress made by women in the workplace and society at large. This year’s message reminds us that in our effort for a gender-balanced world, equality alone is not enough. It is important that everyone is treated fairly and with their needs in mind. »
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