(based on 11 ratings in 2016)
"There is a women's business forum, which is great for networking and many people undergo bias training to help prevent our inherent biases having an effect on hiring. People are allowed to work quite flexibly in order to help with child care."Graduate,
"When returning from maternity leave, it appears that the company allows a lot of flexibility and the option to work a four-day week. As an international company, there are a lot of European employees from various different backgrounds and cultures and the company embraces this with initiatives that span across the globe."Marketing, Graduate, London
"There seems to be a mixture of male and female, although some functions are dominated by particular genders, which I believe is rather typical in this industry. It's good to see a mixture of men and women on the board and women in senior positions. I can't comment on diversity with regards to LGBT etc but it doesn't seem to be a very ethnically diverse office. This could be because of the location as I have previously worked in a sister company that was really diverse. There seems to be a good and flexible attitude towards child-care and some women have recently come back from maternity and have a good work/life balance."Graduate, London
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