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Workplace, culture & diversity

Our people

What our team are saying…

  • What is your ethnic identity?

  • What is your gender identity?

  • What is your sexual orientation?

  • Do you consider yourself to have a disabilty?

  • Is English your first spoke language?

Our groups and committess

  • Neurodiversity

  • LGBTQ+

  • Diversity & Inclusion

  • Black Lives Matter


  • When I started working at, I’d just started undergoing the (very drawn out) process of ADHD diagnosis. While I’m still going through the process, this group of absolute angels have never treated me any differently than they do those who’ve got a diagnosis. For the first time ever in a workplace, I have a place I can be 100% myself, with no judgement and no limits to the support offered. It’s helped me understand myself better, and been an incredibly valuable safe place to chat with those who really understand. It helps me bring the focus back to work and it has also helped my personal life too as I can get out frustrations and let go of all that's in my busy brain! If you are neurodiverse, there will always be a place for you here with us!

    Testimonial from someone in our neurodiversity group

  • Being able to bring my true self to work and having a safe space is really invaluable! This is the first company for me, where I found an active group of people with whom I can relate and feel supported sharing whatever I need. It is a group that respects confidentiality and at the same time is open to support from the smallest advice you may need to the greatest help. Either this is social, personal or professional, I can always count on them! Being queer seems so much easier in an environment like this!

    Testimonial from someone in our LGBTQ+ group