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Our Living Culture

What we say is backed up by what we do

In order to take a stand for our values, we need specific actions, not just words. Our Living Culture therefore includes a wide range of initiatives with which we can send out a clear message internally and externally. It’s how we put a face and a voice to our values. And this voice is loud. Because we are uncompromising when it comes to diversity, respect, and equal opportunities.


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loveittobits
loveittobits

Game on! Breaking barriers and biases with 16bit games

In the campaign #loveitobitswithus we present a series of retro games that aim at creating awareness about the topic of “unconscious bias”.

Within the games we playfully introduce different biases that people may face in their work life. These kinds of stereotypes and insecurities can hinder personal growth and influence our behavior towards others. Being aware of these biases is the first step to unlocking new levels of collaboration and catalyzing change. As an employer we encourage an open and honest work culture where employees can be themselves.

With different initiatives and programs, we are committed to eliminating prejudices and fostering an inclusive work environment.

Let's play!

 A book labeled People of Deutschland
 A book labeled People of Deutschland
 A book labeled People of Deutschland

People of Deutschland

People of Deutschland is a book in which Black, Indigenous, or People of Color (BIPoC*) tell personal and moving stories about their life in Germany.

Personalities from culture, industry, sport, fashion, and politics share their daily experiences of discrimination, subliminal hostility, and micro-aggressions. Whether while looking for an apartment, in their working life, or during routine police checks.

Together with our BIPoC*@Telekom Community, we have taken this brave book as a model and created a Limited Edition with the experiences of our own employees. Out of solidarity and to provide support to increase visibility and awareness.

More information about the book

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Young man lying on the bed and looking at his smartphone
Young man lying on the bed and looking at his smartphone

No hate speech

The internet knows no rules. “Freedom of expression” and digital anonymity have become an instrument for hate, disrespect, and discrimination. People are being hurt and put at risk. As a leading telco company, we want to prevent the continued use of the internet as a platform for hate. With new actions and campaigns against hate on the internet, we are adopting a clear position, raising awareness of the issue, and supporting those who have been affected by it.

Treating each other with respect out in the world is just as important to us as how our employees treat each other. You can find more on that in our “Digital Civil Courage” podcast and in our campaign video. 

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People celebrate while standing in front of a banner that reads We
People celebrate while standing in front of a banner that reads We
People celebrate while standing in front of a banner that reads We

Living Culture Day

“We won’t stop until everyone is connected.” That’s the motto for our corporate culture. With this we express what we stand for and what motivates us. In doing so, we align our common togetherness with our guiding principles. 

We celebrate this once a year on our "Living Culture Day". This day is held with a new motto. It demonstrates our passion for the future and our togetherness.


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