Diversity & Inclusion
While we have a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion, we know there’s still work we can do. We are in the process of developing and supporting more of our employee networks representing all strands of diversity. Currently, we have the women’s network, family network and LGBTQ+ network running across the UK. We also mark a range of events in the calendar to support inclusion, from Black History Month to Pride. We’re part of the 30% club, offering women’s senior leadership mentoring and we’re members of the Employers Network of Equality and Inclusion, the Business Disability Forum and Business in the Community.
We’re always willing to consider the option of home or flexible working for our employees. Right now, we’re piloting ways of working to extend what we mean by flexible. We want to explore how we support our teams to work differently, so that the focus is on the work they produce rather than on their presence in the office.
Having a diverse workforce brings fresh perspectives and helps us to create truly innovative solutions that benefit our clients and help improve our own market competitiveness. We are committed to developing an inclusive culture that reflects the diversity of our clients, their customers and the communities in which we work.