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“Tinkoff”: a file with discriminatory hiring rules was invented by a bank employee, he has not been fired yet

The company found the author of the document, although several hours earlier stated that it had nothing to do with the material from Google Docs.

The document in Google Docs about restrictions on employment in “Tinkoff Bank” was written by his employee, who was guided by “unclear reasons”, was told in the press service of the company after the investigation. The file was found in the evening of July 4, when it became available in Yandex’s search distribution.

Established: the employee made this text with ambiguous intentions for us and posted it on the Internet. The rules described in this text directly contradict the HR-policy of the group.

The “Tinkoff” group strongly opposes any discrimination of a person based on any signs. The group employs employees of different nationalities, sexual orientations, ages and religions, including those listed in this strange text. For us, the main thing is the professional qualities of the employee and his ability to make a high contribution to the shareholder value of the group.

press office of Tinkoff Bank

The bank did not name the position of an employee, but clarified that he is still working at the company. He was “an additional briefing on the values” of the bank, the issue of disciplinary measures will be resolved in the near future with the participation of the company’s managers.

We are also surprised that many believed that a large financial and technological group listed on the London Stock Exchange could so formulate its internal documents.

press office of Tinkoff Bank

In social networks, discriminatory rules were actively discussed from a document written by a member of Tinkoff Bank.

A document with a ban on hiring “Tinkoff Bank” applicants for certain sexual orientations, races and professions was found among the publicly available documents of Google Docs. In a  on July 5, the bank’s representatives noted that “there are no such documents in the organization”.

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