Banco Bradesco SA reaffirms, daily, the inclusive and transformer purpose which permeates the Organization’s culture since 1943, the year of our foundation, when we surprised the market by enabling the care of people with few financial resources, something unusual between the competitors of the time in Brazil.

We ensure that our employees fully realize their potential in a welcoming and respectful environment. Therefore, we value initiatives for inclusion, contributing to the well-being of all those who work in our company.

Through learning solutions developed by Unibrad (Bradesco Corporate University), we prepare our leaders and their teams to eliminate attitudinal barriers when receiving and welcoming employees.

We are “allies for respect” and we want each person, in their own way, to be able to add to our mission. This mission that, since 2010, has been in evidence with the Bradesco Disability Training Program.

In the initiative implemented in partnership with Bradesco Foundation, bank’s educational institution that promotes social inclusion through education, we qualify newly hired professionals with disabilities. For a year, the new employees are invited to experience an inclusive learning journey that begins in the classroom and reachs the activities they will perform at the Organization.

The qualification has guidance from tutors and managers and provides, since the beggining, access to didactic and pedagogical resources adapted to each one’s needs, with compatible remuneration with the market and a variety of benefits for those admitted by the Program.

We have an extensive portfolio of accessibility solutions designed to provide autonomy and independence to our employees. The resources are developed by a specific group that seeks to eliminate physical, architectural, communicational, methodological, instrumental, programmatic and attitudinal barriers in our relationships.

Thus, we assume the commitment of leverage this transformation, working to expand opportunities, promote respect and inclusion, disseminate the culture of coexistence with diversity and enable the inclusion of people with disabilities, valuing each competence, experience and difference.

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