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.
Personal blog posts
Personal blog posts from staff talking about what they’ve achieved, what they’re working on or things that are important to them.
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.
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.
Rebecca Bodger tells us about her own experience of working at Companies House, and the importance of finding an employer who treats you as an individual.
Infrastructure engineer Daniel shares his experience of completing a digital apprenticeship at Companies House.
To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science, Savitri talks about her love of data and what it's like to be a data scientist at Companies House.
Hannah joined Companies House on an 8-week work experience course through the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). Now, she’s secured herself a full-time position. Find out more about her journey so far.