Category: Employer Focus, diversity, Disabilities, Jobs
A changing network
Network Rail is transforming the face and the fabric of Britain’s railways. We’re right at the heart of revitalising our rail system, and the people who work with us are highly valued by us irrespective of age, gender, disability, colour, religion, or ethnic origin.
An active partnership
Balancing work and family life is perhaps more important today than it has ever been. We believe that both sides of the parental partnership have a need and a right to pursue their careers.
At Network Rail we have been actively working to change the gender imbalance in the rail industry. Nowadays, working parents are making a substantial contribution to all areas of Network Rail, with more and more taking on roles right across the industry.
Today, our family-friendly belief means that we offer benefits and working partnerships, which make sure that carers of all ages and experiences are able to receive the necessary support, training and development to advance their career and enhance their family life.
A flexible approach
Flexibility in the workplace is key in our relationships with all our working parents. Whether they’re parents of a healthy under-16 year old or expecting their first child, a carer to a disabled teen or caring for an adult relative, they’re parents first and colleagues a close second. Our people are our most important and lasting asset. It’s our duty to help them enjoy a rewarding career with us without detriment to their family life.
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