Building an ingenious future and solving the world’s challenges relies on a diverse mix of people, ideas and opinions.
At Siemens, we want to build an inclusive workplace, where everyone’s contribution is valued.
Change starts with us. We encourage our employee networks and diversity champions to improve our business culture.
We work and communicate in a more inclusive way and challenge non-inclusive actions.
We’re working on…
Building our community
Creating an inclusive workplace isn’t a top-down initiative, it relies on our people at all levels to get involved and make a difference. Our Diversity Champions and Employee Networks work hard to bring our employees together and take action into keeping Siemens UK an inclusive place to work.
Tackling unconscious bias
Everyone holds unconscious beliefs which influence our choices. For objective decisions to be made, social stereotypes must be removed from our thinking. To support this, over ¾ of our line managers have attended face-to-face unconscious bias training sessions which are now available to everyone on an ongoing basis.
We collect feedback through employee surveys, cultural workshops and listening groups to review our ways of working to make them more inclusive. Our processes ensure any non-inclusive behaviour is identified, thoroughly investigated and action is taken.
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