Our partnerships

We work with a number of partners who are integral to building a diverse and inclusive culture.

Armed Forces Covenant

The covenant focuses on providing members of the armed forces with the same access to starting a new career as other people.

Applicants who have previously served in the armed forces, and meet the minimum requirements for the job, will automatically be invited for an interview.

Disability Confident Employer

As a Disability Confident Employer, we will guarantee a job interview to any applicant who declares they have a disability, as long as they meet the minimum requirements for the role.

We are also committed to ensuring our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible, while also supporting current employees with disabilities or long-term health conditions.

National Autistic Society

We have partnered with the National Autistic Society to help us understand, embrace and increase neurodiversity through the Autism at Work programme.

This programme allows us to advertise roles on the society’s network and provide tailored support to candidates with autism. Managers and direct team members of successful candidates are entitled to training too.

Bristol Women in Business Charter

We are committed to ensuring that gender equality is an ongoing focus across everything we do. Analysing our approach to gender equality has helped us make better decisions in the way we recruit, retain and engage with our team members.

With the support of the Charter, our collaboration with other members has allowed us to share ideas and celebrate the achievements made towards gender equality.

Women’s Work Lab

We are delighted to be working with Women’s Work Lab to offer work placements designed to build confidence and skills to support women who are looking to get back into employment.