As a global organisation serving customers and representing colleagues all over the world, equality, diversity, inclusion and belonging, in all their forms, are essential to our future success.
Our culture is flexible, inclusive and creative, encouraging colleagues to develop their full potential. Our aim is for colleagues to have equal chances to grow, learn and advance, creating an environment where everyone thrives and feels a sense of belonging.
We have well-established colleague networks celebrating and advocating for valuing diversity, inclusion and belonging. These networks have built a sense of community and the opportunity to connect globally with like-minded colleagues, whose voices and experiences help inform our strategy, policies, product development, marketing and client relationships.
Our values steer and direct our work, and our relationships with our stakeholders around the globe help to hold our culture and behaviours to account.
We recognise that we can do more and are continually looking to improve our approach to equality, diversity, inclusion and belonging.
UN Global Compact
We are proud signatories to the United Nations Global Compact, which supports global goals such as protecting human rights and reducing gender inequalities.
Race and power collection
Our open-access race and power collection, updated quarterly, brings together academic book chapters and journal articles about the deep historical roots of racism and the different forms it takes around the world.
Disability and neurodiversity
Our disability and neurodiversity ambassadors help us to increase understanding of the unintended barriers disabled people and those living with long-term health conditions can face in the workplace.
Education, learning and research
Our colleagues are a united, vibrant and respectful community of people who are empowered to try new things, innovate and develop in their own way.
Gender pay gap
We publish information about pay and our plans to address any pay differences between genders. Our information is gathered and published by the University of Cambridge.