Belonging at Royal London
We’re welcoming, friendly, flexible and make sure people always feel included. Royal London is a place where our people want to be.
We believe the launch of our refreshed and emboldened Diversity and Inclusion Strategy in 2022, along with driving forward our positive action plan, has resulted in an enhanced culture of inclusion which promotes equity across Royal London. We are proud to be driving forward our commitments made under the HMT Women in Finance Charter, the Race at Work Charter and signatories of the Menopause Workplace Pledge. We are also proud to be a Disability Confident Employer, members of Inclusive Employers and the Business Disability Forum, as well as a signatory of the Armed Forces Covenant.
It is vital that we support the mental health and wellbeing of our colleagues. By doing so, colleagues are better able to deliver high quality outcomes for our customers. Together, as part of our Spirit of Royal London, we can create an environment in which people across the business feel able to discuss their mental health, to seek assistance and to receive the support they need. To achieve this we provide a wide range of practical support alongside awareness and cultural approaches covering physical, financial and mental wellbeing. We also have a programme of trained Mental Health First Aiders covering our organisation across the UK and Ireland.
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We continue to champion an inclusive culture, supporting our inclusion networks - DAWN (Disability AWareness Network), PRIDE, REACH (Race, Ethnicity and Cultural Heritage) and Women's Network - with a programme of activities and events.