All. Together. Individual talents. Collective strength.
Our goal is for everyone to access and enjoy our attractions. To drive inclusivity and innovation, we need diverse experiences and thinking. That's why the diversity of our people fuels our success.
Individuality and authenticity are celebrated here. We strive to create an inclusive, engaging culture that creates strong and informed leaders. We give our people the tools, training and support they need to achieve their goals.
Together, we work to create a workplace where everyone feels valued, no matter their age, race, gender, disability or sexual orientation.
Although we understand that we'll always be learning and growing, we aim to be the most inclusive and flexible employer in our industry.
It's our aim to find ways to say yes to flexible work arrangements for our employees. We create a nurturing culture, where everyone can be their truest self. As part of this, we provide regular training to ensure managers are open minded and aware of modern work practices. We also encourage the hiring of older workers and women returners, as they bring valuable skills and help us to better represent our customer base.
As we're a global company, our strength lies in having a balance of national and cultural diversity in our senior management and local teams. This supports our business growth strategy and helps us to understand our customers better at all Merlin attractions. We listen to a range of voices from across the world to overcome business challenges, and they inform us and drive us further.
We aim to have gender balance in all teams. We seek out talented women and support their career development, leading by example with visible role-models from the top of the organisation and through mentorship programmes. We will also be launching a “women returners” programme in relevant markets in 2019 and actively encourage women into non-traditional roles and careers within Merlin.
To encourage applications from people with disabilities, we identify and actively promote a range of accessible roles across our estate. We make work adjustments to accommodate people and have good relationships with a number of relevant organisations such as the Business Disability Forum. We want to keep on improving accessibility and maximise the potential of all our employees.
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