A team that’s diverse

At PageGroup we know that a diverse team brings different perspectives and insight to our business, generating creativity, problem-solving and sustainability that wouldn’t otherwise be possible.  
Our inclusive culture creates opportunities for everyone. We recognise and appreciate that every individual is different and we want to make sure our people are comfortable bringing their true selves to work. It includes a broad range of activities, networks and memberships. 

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Women succeed at work 

[email protected] aims to improve our gender balance at all levels across our business. Activity and initiatives include: 

  • Introducing our global mentoring programme 

  • Launching our [email protected] global “Yammer” network 

  • Carrying out policy reviews 

  • Regularly sharing case studies/role model stories  

  • Annual global campaigns to celebrate ‘International Women’s Day’ profiling our successful and inspiring women globally 

2019 Statistics:

  • 100% maternity returners
  • 52% of promotions were female

Diversity & Inclusion - 2020 Pride highlights

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Sexual orientation and gender identity don’t matter 

[email protected] supports our LGBT+ employees, recognising that people perform better when they can be themselves. Through [email protected] we have: 

  • Become a Stonewall Global Diversity Champion 

  • Created case studies - allies and LGBT 

  • Run focus groups 

  • Reviewed and rewritten policies 

  • Created the [email protected] ‘Yammer’ network 

  • Appointed senior sponsors and champions 

  • Held annual global campaigns supporting LGBT Pride Month 

For nearly a decade it seemed that acceptance of people who are LGBTQI+ was at an all-time high. Marriage equality became law of the land. High-profile LGBTQI+ people helped to create visibility for a once ostracized community. Many corporations and businesses went above and beyond to provide protections for LGBTQI+ employees and customers.

But those big wins failed to transform workplace culture for people who are LGBTQI+ and current realities have reminded many that we haven’t reached real inclusion and equality quite yet. For companies that would like to demonstrate their commitment to diversity & inclusion, having visible, vocal, and engaged allies is at the heart of the solution, but becoming an engaged ally isn’t always simple.

In June of 2018, PageGroup partnered with PFLAG to provide employee training to:

  • Understand more about changing LGBTQI+ terminology
  • Learn about who allies are, and what the ally journey looks like
  • Find out the good news about LGBTQI+ acceptance … and the bad news we often miss
  • Talk about the barriers to support allies often encounter
  • Learn about straightforward, everyday actions that can help you overcome barriers, express support, and create change in the workplace

In 2020, PageGroup Earned Score of 100 in the HRC’s 2020 Corporate Equality Index - the nation’s premier benchmarking survey and report measuring corporate policies and practices related to LGBTQ workplace equality. PageGroup joins the ranks of more than 680 major US businesses that also received top marks. Our organization is proud to be one of the many companies helping to advance the cause of LGBT inclusion in workplaces across the United States and abroad.


Diversity & Inclusion - 2020 Pride highlights

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Families and careers come first

[email protected] provides all parents & carers at PageGroup encouragement and support with resources, information and understanding through every step of their journey as parents. We have: 

  • Introduced a pre and post maternity coaching programme  

  • Introduced maternity guidelines  

  • Launched [email protected] ‘Yammer’ network, featuring dedicated seminars 

  • Improved our paternity policy 

  • Introduced specific questions in ‘Have Your Say’ surveys for parents & carers 

  • Appointed senior sponsors and champions 

  • Held office “Family Days” to bring your partner and kids to work 

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[email protected] demonstrates our commitment to disability and removing all barriers: physical, technological and attitudinal. It allows us to effectively communicate with all employees, clients and candidates so that necessary adjustments can be made for anyone with a disability and everyone has the opportunity to reach their potential. 

  • Regular sharing of stories from employees whose lives are affected by disability 

  • Created [email protected] Yammer network 

  • Appointed senior sponsors 

  • Regular hints and tips to improve general health and wellbeing 

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Age is just a number

At PageGroup we recruit and retain people across all ages recognizing the benefits of having an age-diverse workforce.

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A multicultural workforce thrives

We enjoy working within multicultural business teams and we strongly believe this supports our growth and success. 

If you would like to join a diverse and truly inclusive team, then apply for one of our positions now. 



Page Group is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to the concept of equal employment opportunity. It is the stated policy of the Company that all our employees and applicants shall receive equal consideration and treatment. All recruitment, hiring, job assignments, transfers, and promotions will be on the basis of qualifications of the individual for the positions being filled regardless of actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, gender (including pregnancy, breastfeeding, childbirth, or related medical condition), gender stereotyping, gender identity or expression, marital status, civil union or domestic partnership status, sexual orientation, medical condition, genetic information, genetic predisposition, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, unemployment status, status as a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault or any other protected characteristic in accordance with federal, state or local law. This policy applies to all areas of employment, including recruitment, testing, screening, hiring, selection for training, upgrading, transfer, demotion, layoff, discipline, termination, compensation, benefits, and all other privileges, terms, and conditions of employment. The Company also makes reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants and employees with disabilities unless doing so creates an undue hardship, in accordance with all legal requirements. Any applicant or employee who requires an accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job should contact the local Human Resources Representative to request that accommodation. The Company will work with that individual to attempt to identify a reasonable accommodation that will not impose an undue hardship on the Company.