At Experian we want to create a better tomorrow for people, organisations and communities around the world. To do that we need to start with ourselves – making sure diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) runs through everything we do. That’s something we never forget – and we’re incredibly proud of the diverse culture we’ve created. We know everyone is an individual and makes a unique contribution. The different backgrounds and experiences that our employees bring to their teams drive innovation and create an inspiring workplace.
We are proud of the actions we have recently taken to support our female colleagues. Here are just a few examples:
• We actively celebrate and recognise a range of events to raise awareness and encourage support. This includes Pride, International Women’s Day, International Men’s Day, Black History Month, International Day for People with Disabilities and Mental Health awareness week.
• We are very proud of our partnerships with external organisations who continue to both support and challenge us. Stonewall, Investing in Ethnicity, Business Disability Forum, Working Families, and MIND to name but a few.
• We offer 26 weeks full paid maternity cover and have recently introduced support for those taking fertility treatment and additional leave if their baby is born premature. We also offer all of our employees an additional 5 days family care leave, for those emergencies that we just cannot plan for or when emotionally we need to take some time away.
• Development is important at all stages of your career at Experian. We have partnered with Code First Girls to help us encourage more women to join our business, we run an internal female development programme called ‘Accelerate’ and work with the 30% Club to provide both mentors and mentees to help boost female representation within business.
• As a data company we know that numbers are important. We disclose our targets and progress against the number of females in our senior leadership team as well as the ratio of men to women across our business.
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Each and every one of our people deserves to feel valued, represented, and that they belong at Experian. We have a number of employee-led groups that play a huge part in creating inclusion and advocating on behalf of our people. These groups are not only a safe space for anyone who needs it, but also drive change and build awareness across Experian, raising the standard for everyone.
We offer a wide range of benefits ranging from family, lifestyle and wellbeing, including:
Our colleagues’ health and wellbeing are a top priority for us, that’s why our reward, benefits and wellbeing programmes are designed so you can come to work feeling your very best self. Our benefits focus on health, money, and lifestyle so you can tailor your benefits to your own personal needs. Whether it’s your physical and mental wellness, getting to work or preparing for the next big milestone in your life, we have a range of flexible options to have you covered!
We have recently been awarded a silver award for our commitment to the inclusion of LGBTQ+ people in the UK by Stonewall, the world’s second largest LGBTQ+ charity. We have also been ranked among the 250 organisations on the UK’s Best Workplaces ™ for Wellbeing list by Great Place to Work UK®!
We care about work that works, whether that’s about where you work or adjusting your hours to fit better with your life. Our flexible working practices, including our hybrid working model where you can split your working time between the office and your home, support our belief that this balance brings long-lasting benefits for our business as well as ensuring that our people can balance successful careers with their commitments and interests outside of work.
At Experian, we make our people’s wellbeing a priority. Our holistic approach to Wellbeing is centered around support and flexibility, and our wellbeing programme equips our people to proactively support their own wellbeing, and the wellbeing of their teams.
The four pillars of our wellbeing offering are Mental health, Physical health, Family health and Financial health, and we have a robust system of support for our people should they need it:
• Employee Assistance helpline for all employees, offers confidential support and access to counselling, 24 hours a day
• Access to private medical insurance, Health Assessments, Dental Insurance, Bike4Work, and GymFlex
• Regular webinars and courses on a wide range of wellbeing related topics e.g. mindfulness, resilience, nutrition.
• Direct access to virtual GP service.
• Imposter syndrome training
• Mental health resources and training for people leaders and managers
• Financial wellbeing hub includes benefits and support to enable our employees to be financially well e.g. savings, debt management, financial protection, financial planning, podcasts on financial wellbeing and education; webinars on will writing and debt
We are the world’s leading global information services company. During life’s big moments – from buying a home or a car, to sending a child to college, to growing a business by connecting with new customers – we empower consumers and our clients to manage their data with confidence. We help individuals to take financial control and access financial services, businesses to make smarter decisions and thrive, lenders to lend more responsibly, and organisations to prevent identity fraud and crime.
We have 20,000 people operating across 44 countries and every day we’re investing in new technologies, talented people, and innovation to help all our clients maximise every opportunity. We are listed on the London Stock Exchange (EXPN) and are a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.