We value the diversity of our colleagues and are committed to creating an inclusive culture. We prize fairness, want to attract and retain talent and enable you to reach your full potential. So we encourage colleagues to bring their passion and enthusiasm to work, to recognise and celebrate differences and to be respectful and curious about diversity.
Our employee-led networks are important partners in helping us create an inclusive culture. These networks inspire our employees to develop their skills, build successful careers, provide focused personal development and offer a wealth of networking opportunities. Most importantly they’re open to everyone.
Our networks are run by colleagues and play a key role in delivering, raising awareness of, and influencing our bank-wide inclusion strategy.
Here are just a few you could get involved in as an graduate, intern or apprentice.
We support our members through the first six years of their career, around networking, sharing ideas and getting to know colleagues throughout the bank. We’ll show you different areas of the bank, connect you with senior people and specialists, as well as increase your awareness of bank wide issues and help you to map out your career path.
Together we’re helping build a network of people sought out for their honesty, insight and feedback. We have license to say when things aren't right, so by inspiring conversations and changing one thing for the better at a time, we'll play a part in changing the company. We’re built on a foundation of great people like you who can help make our bank better for our customers, our communities and our colleagues.
We help RBS attract, retain and develop talented female colleagues. With almost 12,000 members across 33 countries, we support the development and career advancement of all RBS colleagues. We welcome male and female colleagues as members to the network - our development activities are relevant to everyone.
We support the variety of cultures that exist within our organisation, as well as in our communities, and harness and celebrate the diversity among our colleagues. We proactively support the recruitment, development and retention of skilled employees from all backgrounds, facilitate events and initiatives designed to engage, inform and help each of us to bring the best of ourselves to work.
Our Families and Carers network supports and enables parents and carers to achieve a successful work-life balance. We promote a supportive work environment which enables parents and carers to realise their full potential, to network across the bank and to tap into resources for development opportunities and advice to achieve the right work-life balance. Similarly, RBS supports Citymothers and Cityfathers - inclusive networks for City professionals who have a shared interest in balancing family life with a progressive career.
We’re one of the largest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) networks in the banking sector and were established in 2005 by employees for employees. We're working together to help develop a truly inclusive culture within RBS, one that enables all colleagues to bring the best of themselves to work. We support employees with any LGBT issues they may have, in or out of work. We will always treat any enquiry as 100% confidential. Regional representatives each undertake work to support charities that enhance the lives of LGBT people too.
Enable, our disability network, promotes awareness of disability and its impact, to create a better bank for colleagues, customers and our work communities. We're working together to help develop a truly inclusive culture within RBS, one that enables people, with all abilities, and those who care for others, to bring the best of themselves to work.
We aim to build gender diversity across all levels of the organisation by helping women achieve their ambitions and reach their full potential. We shape the debate around gender diversity in CIB and influence the diversity agenda across RBS. We act as a voice for gender equality, provide a means for women to connect to each other, seek advice, find role models and facilitate their navigation around the firm, as well as partner with other RBS Group networks.
We have strong links and partnerships with leading diversity organisations, providing huge opportunity and a wide range of support for RBS employees at all stages of their careers:
A not-for-profit membership organisation for employers committed to creating inclusive workplaces for women.
A not-for-profit membership organisation for employers committed to creating equal employment and progression opportunities for ethnic minorities in the UK.
Stonewall is the leading charity for lesbian, gay and bisexual equality and has 25 years of success influencing policy and attitudes at home, at school and at work. The Diversity Champions programme is a best practice sharing forum for sexual orientation equality in the workplace. With over 700 members it is the largest non-governmental intervention of its kind in the world.
We’re the UK's leading employer network covering all aspects of equality and inclusion issues in the workplace. We campaign for real practical change across the Protected Characteristics.
We represent some 400 organisations that employ 20% of the UK workforce. Smart organisations work with us to improve their business performance. We have more than 20 years’ experience of equipping people with the expertise to create confident organisations by improving the understanding of disability in business, removing barriers and making adjustments for individuals.
Working Families works with employers to create workplaces which encourage work-life balance for everyone.
We value the diversity of our colleagues and are committed to creating an inclusive culture
Our programmes offer more than the chance to learn.
We exist to serve our customers.
RBS is a great place for women to work.
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