We are delighted to announce that Booking Holdings Romania has joined the Romanian Diversity Charter, reinforcing its commitment to embracing diversity and promoting inclusivity throughout the organization.
"At Booking Holdings Center of Excellence in Romania, diversity is at the core of our organizational culture. We look to foster an empowering and inclusive work environment that promotes understanding and acceptance, and welcomes diverse people, ideas and experiences. By embracing diversity in all its forms, we understand that our business can only thrive when we bring together people with unique perspectives, backgrounds, and talents. We are committed to creating a workplace culture that celebrates diversity and values the contributions that each colleague brings to the team, making us more innovative, collaborative, and successful”, declared Corina Făurescu, Senior HR Manager, Booking Holdings.
About Booking Holdings
Booking Holdings Center of Excellence is part of Booking Holdings, the world's leading provider of online travel and related services, with a rich heritage of digital innovation. The Center provides access to specialized and highly skilled talent, supports projects powered by new and emerging technologies, leverages industry best practices, and fosters collaboration opportunities across all of the Booking Holdings brands, including Booking.com, Priceline, Agoda, KAYAK, OpenTable and Rentalcars.com. For more information, visit https://bookingholdings-coe.com/
The official launch of the Romanian Diversity Charter took place on April 18, 2018, making Romania the 21st country in the European Union to adopt a Diversity Charter and join the European Diversity Platform. Currently, the Charter has gathered 200 signatories, representing approximately 260,000 employees from companies, public institutions, and NGOs. These signatories have publicly committed to upholding the principles of the Charter, aiming to make diversity, equal opportunities, and social inclusion recognized and respected values in Romania. Under the guidance of the Charter, numerous initiatives have been implemented, including experience exchanges, workshops, debates, and learning and mentorship programs. Since 2021, the Charter and its signatories have jointly celebrated the EU Diversity Month, which aims to promote diversity in the workplace and society as a whole. For more information, visit https://www.cartadiversitatii.ro/