- About ENGIE
- Early Careers at ENGIE
- Graduate and Internship Opportunities
- Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Our vision is to create a workforce that represents the diverse communities, customers and clients we serve and an inclusive culture where everyone feels able to be themselves and thrive. Our graduate scheme, which in 2020 had a 45% female intake; promotes diversity whilst providing high-potential individuals with opportunities to add value to our business.
Being a fair employer is one of our key responsible business principles and we focus on supporting employees to be themselves at work and enabling them to achieve their full potential.
As part of this approach ENGIE has launched several UK employee networks to drive positive cultural change including:
- Young Professionals Network
- Women in ENGIE
- Respecting inspiring & Supporting Ethnic Minorities (RISE)
- Working Parents Network
- Disability Network
A Reflection on our D&I Commitment from a Recent Graduate:
ENGIE as a whole is a caring workplace which has a strong focus on diversity and inclusion, where I have been involved in the networks of Women in ENGIE and the RISE network. As a woman in the engineering world with mixed heritage, I have felt welcomed and empowered by the work of the networks and believe that I can achieve success within ENGIE.
Chelsea McCulloch – Current Graduate
Read more about Our Organisational Commitment to Diversity.