We want Sizewell C to have a workforce that reflects the society we are part of and serve. It’s an important part of our commitment to ‘do the power of good’ for Britain.
At Sizewell C, we’re doing this by creating an environment where our workforce understands, respects and embraces diversity, where everyone is treated with equal respect and given access to opportunities.
Our Diversity & Inclusion Charter provides the principles to ensure that we all feel valued, encouraged and supported and that Sizewell C is, and remains, an inclusive place to work.
The Sizewell C project is growing and the diversity of our workforce will play a pivotal role in our success.
By valuing the different points of view and experiences that a diverse team brings and by fostering an inclusive climate, we will create not only a great place to work but also a more successful project.
Learn more about equity, diversity and inclusion at Sizewell C in our charter and further down in our Networks section.
The Sizewell C team are passionate about equity, diversity and inclusion and have set up the following networks to drive discussion and education around creating a more equal workplace. They are completely inclusive – everyone working on the project is a member.
If you would like to find out more about these networks and how we can support you, please complete our EDI enquiry form or stay up to date with all the latest news and developments by following our LinkedIn page.EDI Enquiry Form
The Gender Balance Network promotes gender balance in the industry and supports the Nuclear Sector Deal target of 40% women in nuclear by 2030 in the following ways:
The Pride Network recognises that many LGBTQ+ employees in Britain fear discrimination and don’t feel confident about bringing their whole selves to work. We aim to provide a safe and supportive workplace free from discrimination by:
The Disabilities, Carers & Parents network is here to give parents, carers and people with disabilities a forum to be heard. It aims to strengthen the collective voice of its members by:
The United for Race Equality Network aims to promote race equality in the project and across our industry. It works to celebrate our different racial backgrounds and establish a culture where everyone on the project is treated equally by:
The Mental Health Support Group aims to create a workplace environment that promotes the mental wellbeing of everyone on the project by:
The Next Generation Network’s mission is to Learn, Lead and Connect, by hosting socials, tours, mentoring sessions and an annual conference.
It’s a space to:
The Forces Support Network is open to all supporters of the Armed Forces, not just ex-military personnel.
Its primary aim is to provide a mutually supporting network of former Armed Services personnel who now work, or are about to join Sizewell C, that maximises the contribution that their military experience brings to the company and creates the right environment for Sizewell C to be an employer of choice for Service leavers.
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