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Diversity

7.9 / 10

(based on 17 ratings in 2019)

2019

"From my experience, it seems that the group is committed to diversity. There are many nationalities and genders on the graduate programme and all are given opportunities to develop."
Graduate, Drogheda
"The employer supports diversity. HR is aiming to bring more women into the board and senior roles."
Graduate, Burnley (Greater Manchester), UK
"It's a multicultural working environment with various languages being spoken around the office."
Graduate, Paris
"Diversity makes up a massive part of the business."
Graduate, Slough
"I have seen nothing to suggest the company is not fully supportive of ethnic minorities or other minority groups. DCC is very much an international company, which is represented by its culture and employees."
Graduate, Dublin
"The management team is predominantly male and white and I am not aware of any LGBTQ+ initiatives within the organisation. My cohort, while even in gender, was still of a predominantly white background and I feel diversity is something DCC could do some work on."
Graduate, Dublin

2018

"I have no complaints. There's a good mix of people from all backgrounds."
Graduate, Manchester/Warrington
"It's a male-dominated industry but there are lots of women here."
Graduate, Basingstoke
"We have a fairly even ratio of men and women in our graduate intake."
Graduate, Drogheda
"There is a commitment to diversity. My cohort consisted of individuals from around the world and from all sorts of backgrounds."
Graduate, Basingstoke
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