Why is accessibility important and how are we making the UK workplace more accessible, particularly for our disabled employees?
In the augural publication of the Hampton-Alexander Review in 2016, National Grid exceeded the 33% target for women on Boards. And this year, we continue to be above target.
ONE, our multicultural employee resource group, and the Gridtones, our employee-led acapella choir, joined forces in October to celebrate Black History Month.
WiNG, our gender diversity employee resource group, has been busy getting ready for this year’s Tomorrow’s Engineers Week – #TEWeek2018 – by participating in this year’s #LottieTour.
We are delighted to share that we have been recognised by Business in the Community for the work we do to support workplace equality and inclusion.
We are proud and excited to share that our colleague Susan Robson has won a top Financial Times Champions of Women in Business award.
A team of National Grid Pride supporters successfully regained the trophy at the 18th annual Leicester Pride Festival Wildecats six-a-side football tournament earlier this month.
Our ONE employee group recently took part in BLAST Festival – a science festival to inspire a new generation of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) engineers to improve the diversity of the industry.
It’s not news that there is a significant difference in the amount of men compared to women working in engineering. It’s why initiatives such as International Women in Engineering Day takes place every year.
Rodney Williams, project engineer and co-lead of ONE, has been honoured as one of the EMpower Top 50 Future Ethnic Minority Business Leaders in their 2018 list, presented by the Financial Times.