Diversity & Inclusion

We promote equal opportunities for all employees and job applicants and make reasonable adjustments to accommodate any employee who may have a disability within the meaning of all global equality legislation.

In 2017 the UK Government introduced gender pay gap reporting regulations for companies with more than 250 employees. In 2018, the average gender pay gap for our UK workforce was 18.6%, compared to the 2017 gender pay gap of 24.7%.

Our gender pay gap exists because a greater proportion of our senior leadership is male. We continue to work hard to increase the number of women we employ, develop and promote to improve our gender balance and become a more diverse organisation. 

We are determined to bridge the historical gender gap in our industry by encouraging more women to join us and by promoting development so that we ultimately increase the number of women in senior roles.

Our goal is to make a difference, so regardless of your background why not find out more.

Find out more about our diverse teams

  1. Gender Pay Gap

    Gender Pay Gap

    Read our latest report