People

We recognise that having the right culture is an important way to support sustainable growth and performance.

The culture at Morgan (or the way we do things around here) is a reflection of our strategy in action, our purpose, the tone set by our leaders, and exhibited through our Leadership Behaviours by individuals in our business.

Our cultural objectives have been to build an organisation where through our collective sense of empowerment the right outcomes are reached, ethically, safely and inclusively. We believe ‘it is not just what you do, but how you do it’ that counts.

Our culture shapes everything, from the way we communicate with our people to the way we develop our processes (such as recruitment, development, appraisals and reward). Culture takes time to build and requires continual nurturing. We are on that path and look to improve in all areas over the next few years.

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Diversity plays on important role in the experiences each of our team members has at Morgan.

Our Gender Pay reporting highlights the journey we are on.

Our passionate people give back to their local communities.

We protect our people with the Morgan Human Rights Policy, which is applicable to all our businesses worldwide.

Meet Susi

Key Account Co-ordinator Susi has worked in our Seals and Bearings business for over 12 years. Originally from Germany, Susi relocated to the UK in the early 90's and was recruited by Morgan to support directly with the customers in mainland Europe. Her role is focused on supporting customers from initial query, to production timeline and delivery of the goods to meet their needs. We are delighted to have skilled team members such as Susi, to support our customers directly.

Emily is one of our 2019 Graduates

Emily began an exciting role with Morgan as a Marketing Graduate in September 2019. Since then, she relocated to the UK and took full advantage of the opportunity to return to China for the Graduate Programme Launch Event in Shanghai. She completed a week of challenges, networking and self-development. From running through Shanghai on a photo competition to interviewing Morgan customers and and discussions around emotional intelligence, the week was a great opportunity for learning and self-growth.