Diversity and inclusion is an integral part of our approach, both as an employer and a policy-maker.
At HM Treasury we have an incredibly broad remit; our work touches every citizen of the country. So, it’s important our employees come from the widest possible range of backgrounds, bringing us the widest possible range of perspectives and ways of thinking.
Our Diversity Networks play an important role in raising awareness and changing attitudes. They're involved in implementing initiatives and providing a communication channel within the department - helping us to build a more inclusive culture where everyone can thrive and be themselves at work.
Many of our graduates join more experienced colleagues in our Diversity Networks. These include:
- Women in the Treasury
- Disability Advisory Group – including Neurodiversity Network
- Ethnic Minority Network
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Trans-community Network
- Mental Wellbeing Network
- Age Diversity Network
- Flexible Working Network
We are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer and a Top 50 Social Mobility Employer.
We want to make ours as inclusive and welcoming a working environment as possible. To gain an insight into what this means for particular Policy Advisers with a disability, please see the stories on our Case Studies page