Respected, valued and accepted. These three words capture how we like every Brit employee to feel at work.

Our culture is one where you can be yourself. We think that if you bring your authentic self to work, then you will thrive, and we will too.

Building a diverse and inclusive culture doesn’t happen overnight though. It’s a journey that our people are part of. Take our People Forum for example. Employees can contribute to topics like race, identity, sexual orientation, belonging, disability and mental wellbeing. We encourage our people to meet across teams, share personal stories and understand different perspectives. It puts our people at the heart of shaping our inclusive workplace.

Supporting diversity initiatives such as Pride are part of our way of life here and we already have much to be proud of. Our Gender Pay Gap is similar to our peers and we actively look at ways to improve. 

Our aspiration is to encourage everyone at Brit to be conscious advocates of diversity and inclusion. It is a very real business priority of ours. Together we will make this happen.

Brit People Forum Employee Groups

Race & Belonging

a forum to drive racial inclusivity at Brit, so that people of all races, ethnicities and cultures can feel that they belong. 

Mental health and wellbeing

a forum to address mental, emotional and physical health and wellbeing at Brit, helping our people to flourish.

LGBTQI+ and trans experiences

a forum to support LGBTQI+ colleagues and create a more inclusive and accepting environment at Brit where everyone can be themselves.

The multigenerational workplace

a forum to support colleagues of any age to feel included and accepted at Brit, regardless of the generation to which they belong.

Gender equality and inclusion

a forum to drive greater gender equality at Brit, in particular supporting the personal and professional development of women and non-binary colleagues.

Neurodiversity, Visible and Non-Visible disabilities

a forum to drive an inclusive approach to neurodiversity, visible and non-visible disabilities and long-term health conditions, regardless of whether they are visible to an observer.

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African Caribbean Insurance Network (ACIN)

In 2020 we announced our partnership with the African Caribbean Insurance Network (ACIN) and signed the Business in the Community’s (BITC) Race at Work Charter. This is part of our important commitment to improve inclusion and diversity at Brit and ultimately the Insurance industry as a whole. 

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In July 2020 Brit committed to sign the Business in the Community Race at Work Charter. The Race at Work Charter consists of five calls to action to ensure that ethnic minority employees are represented at all levels in an organisation. Business in the Community is the oldest and largest business-led membership organisation dedicated to responsible business.

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Business Disability Forum Member

Supporting people with visible and non-visible disabilities

Brit are pleased to announce that we have partnered with Business Disability Forum. Business Disability Forum is a not for profit membership organisation that exists to create a disability smart world by linking businesses, people with visible and non-visible disabilities, and government. Their 400 members employ around 20% of the UK workforce and an estimated 8 million people worldwide. Brit have joined Business Disability Forum to help us in our vision to create an inclusive space where everyone can be their authentic selves at work and also to help us learn how to make our organisation disability smart.

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We are delighted to launch our new partnership with Brit. The partnership will build upon some of the impactful work already collaborated on, and focus on key components to boost ethnic diversity within the workplace and the wider market including education, recruitment and talent retention. The call to build a more ethnically diverse market has never been so strong and the ACIN is pleased to be working with an organisation who is committed to seeing this happen.”

Junior Garba Co-founder of the ACIN