The Women's Career Index (FKi) is a differentiated measuring instrument with which the development of successful women's careers in German companies can be analysed and observed. Strategies and initiatives of the participating companies are scrutinized in the course of a comprehensive analysis. Consequently FKi is now considered to be a significant monitoring tool for the general sustainability of a company. Those that promote the mobility of women's careers create responsive structures and cultural openness. On March 6, the FKi published its annual ranking and, under the patronage of the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, honored the commitment of companies to sustainably improve the career opportunities of women.
GFT is ranked eighth this year and - as in previous years - is among the top 10 companies honored. GFT promotes talent regardless of gender, nationality or ethnicity - diversity is a top priority, even without a formal women's promotion programme. Individual career development and good general working conditions, such as part-time or home office models allow for an optimal work-life balance.
For GFT as a company, and for CEO Marika Lulay personally, it is very important that the promotion of women's careers is continuously supported.