We encourage ideas, thoughts and opinions and really listen to our people.
Imagination, determination, creativity and ambition – just a handful of ways we’d describe our people at Experian. Year on year, we’re growing and we want to encourage you to join us on our exciting journey. Our continued success means we look to attract the very best talent and we appreciate each and every individual. That’s why we developed ‘The Employee Deal’ to give back to those that give their all to us, with personal, social and development opportunities.
Providing opportunities for growth, personally and professionally.
We know that your commitment and performance will contribute directly to Experian’s success. So, we recognise and celebrate individual effort, as well as team performances and achievements.
We’re always looking for new ways to help our people achieve their potential and aspirations. That means pushing the boundaries and challenging how we do things.
We listen to our employees and actively encourage your ideas and opinions. It’s all about you developing your role and making it your own. Our business offers a breadth of learning activities and programmes, so it’s up to you to take the initiative and decide which skills you would like to enhance or develop.
Our people are our most valuable assets.
Our diverse workforce is part of the reason for our success. Our talent strategy reflects our commitment to searching the globe for the very best individuals, so that we can innovate and meet the needs of our increasingly diverse clients and consumers. Our progressive policies, such as flexible working hours, ensure that our employees can flourish regardless of their individual circumstance.
Our UK Gender Pay analysis
In our Gender Pay analysis report, you’ll find our results on the following:
- Gender pay gap (mean and median averages)
- Gender bonus gap (mean and median averages)
- Proportion of men and women receiving bonuses
- Proportion of men and women in each quartile of the organisation’s pay structure
Gender Pay is an issue that we take very seriously at Experian. We’re focused on creating greater balance and opportunity for women across our organisation – not just in the UK, but around the world. In the report you’ll find both the figures themselves and a deeper insight into life at Experian, showing the ways we support diversity across organisation today.
It’s our goal to deliver better results for Gender Pay in the years ahead.