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At Experian we are committed to building an inclusive culture and to creating an environment where people can balance successful careers with their commitments and interests outside of work. We care about work that works, whether that’s about where you work or adjusting your hours to better fit with your life. Our flexible working practices, including our hybrid working model where employees can split their working time between the office and their home, support our belief that this balance brings long-lasting benefits for our business as well as our people. Please discuss what works for you during the hiring process.
Women in Experian, the very first Experian Resource Group, is a powerful community that spans business units and functions. It aims to improve gender equity for women by creating development opportunities and space to connect and grow.
Black Professionals is a community for our Black colleagues and allies to come together in one place to acknowledge and tackle issues related to race and unconscious bias within our workplace, helping create a fairer and more equal Experian.
The goal behind Experian Pride Network is to enable LGBTQ+ employees to feel the support of our entire organisation. It aims to affirm Experian’s support for LGBTQ+ employees, aiming to create a better tomorrow through empowerment and inclusion with the support of allies.
he Working Families Network is a support network open to all types of families be it new parents, parents of toddlers and teens, single parents, grandparents and those with caring responsibilities, including elder care. It aims to support those who are balancing work with being a parent or carer.
Namaste, celebrates and raises awareness of the diverse culture of the Indian subcontinent. It aims to celebrate the lives of Experian's employees from the South Asian/Indian subcontinent.
disAbility aims to provide a safe space for people to share experiences are learn about disabilities.
The Veterans ERG is a source of inspiration and pride for all who have served in the Armed Forces here at Experian and those who support them. It aims to support and honour our veterans and their families in addition to establishing local partnerships with veteran-focused organisations.
Our community is for anyone who wants to know more about menopause, for themselves or to help support anyone going through it, in their personal lives or at work. Join for support, guidance and lots of fun.
The purpose of the Experian Pride Network is Group is to ensure all LGBTQ+ employees feel the support of our entire organisation. It aims to affirm Experian’s support for LGBTQ+ employees, aiming to create a better tomorrow through empowerment and inclusion with the support of allies.
This year, during Pride month, the Pride Network held an excellent webinar with We Create Space, which focused on Embracing and Understanding Trans and Non-Binary People’s Needs in the Workplace, and highlighted the experiences of some of our trans and non-binary employees.
We also recently attended the Stonewall Equality Dinner to celebrate the progress that has been made in the struggle for LGBTQ+ people’s human rights in the UK and across the world.
Over the next year, we have a lot of exciting events celebrations coming up, including marking Trans Awareness Week in November, and LGBTQ+ History Month in February.
We expect our employees to highly value the needs of our clients and consumers. At the heart of this behavior is nurturing these important relationships, going the extra mile and taking accountability for our actions. But we aren’t alone. In understanding the Experian Way, we recognize we must support each other in our quest to delight customers.
We want employees at every level to be questioning how we can do things better. All of us have the power of transformative thinking. Inspired employees – those unafraid to take risks and get out of their comfort zone -- drive innovation at Experian. Understanding that it’s okay to fail, as long as we correct and learn something from the effort.
To meet our mission to create better tomorrows, we want employees who can feed off the passion, strengths and capabilities of each other. Doing so means we are inspired to create exciting new ways to serve our clients and consumers. Successful collaboration means trust and embracing different perspectives so great things can happen working together.
The issues of data security, privacy and fraud are always on the minds of our customers. Experian understands the immense responsibility we have to safeguard data. The importance of our role as stewards of data must never be taken for granted. We expect every employee to take seriously our role as guardians for the protection of personal data
We expect every employee to treat one another with respect, trust and integrity. It starts with our leadership who exhibit this behavior every day. It’s about embracing diversity, learning from one another, overcoming barriers, and delivering for Experian’s customers, communities and society. It also means recognizing and celebrating our performance and achievements.
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