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Vodafone UK inclusive employer
Vodafone UK

Diversity & Inclusion at Vodafone

We know that everyone is unique, with multiple aspects to their identity and different experiences behind them. Recognising this is fundamental to how we approach inclusion at Vodafone. Similarly, our networks work collaboratively, share best practices and take a truly inclusive approach to amplify the voices of all of our people and communities. We’re proud to offer equal opportunities regardless of age, cultural background, disability, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, nationality, political belief, race, religious or sexual orientation. We can only leverage this diversity by building an inclusive culture where everyone is respected, can be themselves and strive to be their best. That way we can build a better future for our employees, our partners, the communities we work in and our customers.

By 2025, we will increase the number of people from ethnically diverse heritages in leadership positions to 20% of UK-based senior management, 4% of whom will be Black. In the UK, our goal is for 45% of senior management roles to be held by women by 2030. And we want a strong pipeline of female talent to ensure it continues, as well as greater success and progression for all women across Vodafone UK.

About Vodafone’s LGBTQ+ Inclusion Network

We want Vodafone to be an inclusive place for everyone. As part of that commitment, we’re not only working to support our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender + community but to increase their representation within our workforce too. We want Vodafone to be a place where you can not only be yourself but thrive in your career and be celebrated for it.

LGBT+ Friends Network: This network is open to everyone at Vodafone UK, whether they identify as LGBT+ or not. It works to connect and support all colleagues who seek advice on lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans matters. From Pride months packed with events, to educational webinars with special guests, they also work to ensure LGBT+ voices are heard across Vodafone UK while championing inclusion and celebrating diversity. We also have a Trans & Non-binary toolkit to support trans/non-binary employees coming out at work, in addition to monthly calls for the trans community and another call for parents of trans kids.

The network has been recognised as a 'Highly Commended Network Group' by Stonewall. And many network members, including Marta Lima and James D’Rozario, have been celebrated for their amazing efforts. Plus, the network’s executive sponsor, Max Taylor, was named a Top 10 Business Ally at the 2022 British LGBT Awards.

Working at Vodafone

There’s more to a rewarding career than just a salary. Wherever you are, and whatever your role, we want to work with you to create a career in which you feel respected, valued and safe. Why? Because our success depends 100% on our people. You’ll find a great package of rewards on offer here – such as retail discounts, share save scheme, charity leave days and more. But you’ll also find flexibility with our hybrid working model, diversity & inclusion and personal development too.

About Vodafone

Our Purpose is to connect for a better future by enabling inclusive and sustainable digital societies. It underpins everything we do as a business, setting the agenda for how we operate globally. And it’s the combination of technology, social purpose, and human spirit that this purpose brings together that makes Vodafone such a unique place to be part of. We are passionate about building a workplace where you can truly be yourself, share inspiration, embrace new opportunities, thrive and make a real difference to people and our planet.

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