Put simply, it’s about attracting and retaining the very best people from a diverse range of characteristics and backgrounds – and making sure that every employee feels able to bring their authentic self to work.
To create a truly inclusive environment takes action – which is why we inspire our people not just to think inclusively, but to engage and act in an inclusive way.
You can find out more about Capgemini’s Active Inclusion strategy here.
Capgemini UK Apprenticeship Programmes brochure
Find our more in our current brochure here:
How can apprentices get involved?
We encourage our employees to become advocated and supported of varied initiative across Active Inclusion.
- OUTFront Ambassadors – a network of LGBTQ+ representatives and allies
- Disability, Carers and Allies Network Ambassaors
- CBAME – Capgemini’s very own internal BAME network. Read how it all started, here or watch the video below.
Jerome explains why he set up the network and how the launch event went in this short interview.
Our Digital Inclusion activities also attract a strong interest too, in initiatives such as:
- Recruitment Champion – help attract the next wave of apprentices to join Capgemini
- Digipals – mentor a school student on studies or career choices
- Apps for Good – help review apps desgined by school students for ‘good’
- The Princes Trust – taking part in fundraising for where money is linked to skills‘To be recognised by our current and future workforce, our clients and in the market as a truly inclusive organisation where everyone feels valued, included and empowered.’