Diversity and Belonging
The workplace is for everyone.
The more voices we have represented and amplified in Egress, the more we will all thrive, contribute and succeed. No matter who we are, we all have a role to play in creating equity. We recognise that a standardised approach does not create a fair system to support different groups.
Culture Club is here to educate our workplace community, foster an inclusive culture and to empower people by respecting and celebrating what makes them different.
Great Place to Work
In 2023, we were named one of 2023 UK’s Best Workplaces™ for the second year running, ranking 50th for large organizations (251-1000 employees)
Best Workplace for Wellbeing
In 2023, we were named one of the UK's Best Workplaces for Wellbeing, ranking 34 among large businesses (251-1000 employees)
Best Workplaces for Women
In 2023, we were named one of the UK's Best Workplaces for Women, ranking 45 among large businesses (201-1000 employees)
Culture Club: by our people for our people
Here's what some members of our diversity group, Culture Club, have to say
Important to understand and celebrate various cultures, festivals, and events across the workforce. Good vibes that attract and retain employees
As someone with experience of sexism and homophobia, I know providing a safe, welcoming workplace is the most important thing we can do
We’re committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Egress is fervent in our adherence to fair and transparent processes in recruitment, progression and promotion, supported by the ongoing delivery of company-wide awareness programs on Diversity and Inclusion.
92% of our employees surveyed feel they are treated fairly regardless of their age.
93% of our employees surveyed feel they are treated fairly regardless of their gender.
98% of our employees surveyed feel they are treated fairly regardless of their sexual orientation.
94% of our employees surveyed feel they are treated fairly regardless of their race.
In common with many technically biased organisations, we recognise that women are underrepresented in our workforce, but we have taken great strides to address this imbalance. Female representation in our workplace has grown from 20% three years ago to over 30% today, and we aim to continue increasing this figure year on year.Ranked as one of the UK's Best Workplaces for Women in 2023
We also seek a workforce that represents the communities it is drawn from, and we constantly seek a diverse population of candidates to fill our open positions at all levels, and across all disciplines. The representation of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic employees in our workforce has been consistently above the national average for many years.