Where different people work together you get the best results. Diversity is part of our corporate culture. Learn more about the seven diversity dimensions.
Diversity matters in many areas. Lean more about DT’s initiatives for more diversity. If you want more information on one of the diversity dimensions, please use the filter function.
Deutsche Telekom supports #Zusammenland
Deutsche Telekom is supporting the initiative "#Zusammenland - Vielfalt macht uns stark" and is once again standing up for freedom and diversity in society.
Deutsche Telekom takes a stand against hate
Deutsche Telekom is taking a stand against hate. With the new "Light on!" campaign, it is appealing to democratic cohesion in society.
"A dog works here"
When technician Lisa Ohle comes to work at the office in Leipzig, she always has a guardian in tow: a companion on four paws who makes sure that her owner can do her job with peace of mind. Lisa has type one diabetes.
Click on one of the hedlines and get more information about the various diversity dimensions.
Nationality refers to a person's official citizenship and is therefore independent of ethnicity, which refers to a person's identity-based ancestry, including factors such as language, culture, customs and more. BIPoC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) is a political self-designation. It describes a common experience of racially discriminated people.
People have different cognitive and physical abilities. These different conditions have an impact on our daily lives and work. This dimension refers to physical and mental conditions (congenital, chronic or acute) that can affect our performance in a non-inclusive environment. Examples include: limited mobility or cognition, neurodivergence (e.g. autism, ADHD, ...), physical/mental illness, introversion/extraversion and many more.