At Companies House we’re on a journey to make sure that our culture is people-led, with equality, diversity and inclusion forming an integral part of all that we do. We want to provide equal opportunities, and we’ve already taken positive steps towards creating an inclusive environment at the core of our organisational culture. Find out more about working for us.
People and culture
In line with the government’s vision of a brilliant Civil Service, we’re transforming our culture, and our people are at the heart of it.
At Companies House, I've witnessed concerted efforts to be more inclusive. Few people can talk about what equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) at Companies House felt like three decades ago. My perspective, as someone from a different ethnic background, is even rarer.
As we look to celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day, it feels like a good time to reflect on one area we’re continuing to work on - our gender pay gap.
Companies House is hiring commercial professionals to join us in Cardiff. You’ll help us deliver digital transformation and legislative reform. It’s an exciting time to be working in the commercial profession, and we’d love you to come and join us.
To reinforce the commitments we’ve made around equality, diversity and inclusion, Companies House is a signatory of the Business in the Community Race at Work Charter. In doing this we committed to improving racial equality in the workplace. Find out more.
Sarah tells us how her personal experience motivated her to join the Companies House cancer network, offering support and a safe space to connect with colleagues.
Co-chair Leane Whelan explains how important the creation of our Working Families Network was to her during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how it continues to support colleagues.
Our senior equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) manager, Bailjit Gill, explains how, although our EDI strategy may be seen as an ambitious goal, we’re still determined to undertake the journey, recognising its importance to our employee and customer experience.
Our engagement manager, Sarah Williams, tells us about the importance of embedding and supporting a health and wellbeing agenda in everything that we do.
Ruth Frost talks about sharing our experiences of developing and implementing our equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) strategy to help other organisations with their own journey.