As we celebrate International Women’s Day, HealthTrust Europe is proud to acknowledge the achievements of women in healthcare and procurement.
Our workforce at HealthTrust Europe is gender balanced. We strive to support and empower women in healthcare and procurement, not just on International Women’s Day but every day. Our core value is to promote diversity and inclusion, recognizing that gender diversity is critical for creating an equitable and productive workplace where all employees feel valued and respected.
HealthTrust Europe is a learning organisation and one that recognises and embraces the talents of all. We strive to partner with our people to achieve fulfilment at work and mutual growth. Providing opportunities for women to advance in their careers is a priority for us and we are particularly proud that 50% of our people managers and Executive Board are female.
We demonstrate our passion for growth by offering a suite of impactful learning and education options, including experiential learning and on-the-job coaching, quality technical training, investment in education and professional qualifications, and access to quality self-directed learning. We firmly believe that when women prosper, so does our entire organisation.
While International Women’s Day is an opportunity to reflect on the progress made towards gender equality, we must also acknowledge that there is still much work to be done. Advocating for policies and practices that promote gender equity and support women in healthcare and procurement is vital. At HealthTrust Europe, we are committed to creating an inclusive and equitable workplace.
HealthTrust Europe also believes that supporting women’s health and wellbeing is crucial to creating an inclusive workplace and achieving gender equity. This is why we have developed a Women’s Health Toolkit that provides resources and information to help women make informed decisions about their health. The toolkit covers a range of topics, from reproductive health to mental health and menopause, and is available to all of our employees. We also understand that women’s health issues such as menopause can be a source of significant physical and emotional challenges for many women.
In addition to these initiatives, we are proud to support the Miscarriage Association as our charity of choice for 2023. Miscarriage is a deeply personal and often traumatic experience that affects many women and their families. By supporting this charity, we aim to raise awareness of the issue and provide support to those affected by miscarriage.
According to Hannah Barton, HR Director at HealthTrust Europe, “Promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion is at the heart of everything we do at HealthTrust Europe. As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we recognise the vital role that women play in healthcare and procurement and feel proud of our gender balance at all levels. We remain dedicated to providing opportunities for women (and men) to advance in their careers and regularly review resources and initiatives with the aim of creating a more comfortable, inclusive workplace where all can thrive.”
To find out more about careers with HealthTrust Europe please visit https://www.healthtrusteurope.com/who-we-are/careers/