Our Institute employs researchers, students, and support staff from 24 different countries. 60% of staff members are female; 40% are male.
The MPI has introduced a range of measures that are designed to ensure that female and male employees have the same chances when it comes to career development and to achieving a manageable work-life balance.
Some of these measures are offered via the Max Planck Society, while others, such as career development training, are also organised here in Nijmegen by the Institute itself.
The Max Planck Society recently published a brochure entitled "Career in Science at Max Planck: a guide to career advancement with equal opportunities".
The Max Planck Society is committed to protecting its employees against all forms of discrimination. This Code of Conduct outlines the Max Planck Society’s policy of handling sexualised discrimination, harassment, and violence.
At our Institute we have two elected Gender Equality Officers:
• Karin Kastens (Equality officer)
• Annelies van Wijngaarden (Deputy Equality Officer)
You can either contact them directly, or send an e-mail to email@example.com.