With more than 7,000 people worldwide, we benefit from the diversity of perspectives and experiences they bring to the firm – from national origin, disability and gender identity to religion, culture, sexual orientation and socio-economic backgrounds. We actively promote a culture of respect for each person and encourage everyone to be curious about the different perspectives of our colleagues, clients and the communities in which we operate.
We have well-established employee networks in a number of our offices to help foster a culture that allows people to be themselves at work.
- Advance – our first employee resource group for social mobility
- Breathe – our first employee resource network for mental health
- Compass – a forum for learning about Islamic faith, culture and business
- Family matters – addresses issues affecting parents, grandparents, guardians and carers
- Flex-ability – supports flexible workers and their managers and promotes a more agile working environment within the firm
- Indigenous relations – our first employee resource network facilitating awareness and community relations with Indigenous peoples
- Novel – a diversity book club encouraging reflection and discussion
- Origins – promotes ethnic and culture awareness
- Pride – aims to create a more inclusive and accepting environment for LGBTQ+ individuals
- Shine – supports the firm’s inclusive approach to disability, long-term health conditions
- WiN – supports the personal and professional development of women.