We are as colorful as our program: More than 50 different nationalities meet daily at Sky Deutschland to work together for the success of our company. For us it is important to ensure diversity in our workforce. Regardless of gender, age, origin, sexual orientation or physical ability, we develop and promote talented people. We believe that a diverse workforce leads to more innovation, creativity and a tolerant corporate culture. Diversity is one of our success factors because our customers are as diverse as our program. Every day, our employees help us in making smarter decisions and courageously take new steps.


For us, diversity cannot be cut into slices or depicted in categories. Equal opportunities for men and women, for employees with or without children, young or old, with impaired vision or walking difficulties - everyone is welcome at Sky and equally encouraged. Diversity is an essential part of our culture and collaboration. We are convinced that employees who are allowed to be themselves are more motivated and satisfied. We treat each individual with respect and are happy to welcome anyone who contributes to one of our initiatives. With numerous ideas, our employees show us where we can do even better and are committed doing so. As a member of the “Charta der Vielfalt”, we are constantly adding offerings for our employees to provide an environment free of prejudice and missed opportunities.


Diversity on Screen
Flag for diversity - for us this is not just a slogan, but a call to action. In addition to regular pop-up channels and a large selection of films and series, it is also important for us to make a statement in sports. That's why our CEO Carsten Schmidt, representing Sky, signed the Berlin declaration "Together against Homophobia. For diversity, respect and acceptance in sport". During the current Bundesliga season, we are also demonstrating this on screen: watch out for the advertising banners and the LED floor.



You can find out more about the Berlin Declaration on the page Football for Diversity.
You can find out more about “Charta der Vielfalt” on their homepage.