Key initiatives introduced

In order to be a truly diverse and inclusive workforce, PageGroup has been creating an environment where women can succeed, sexual orientation and gender identity doesn’t matter and where families and carers come first. Below highlights how we have been achieving this:


Women succeed at work 

In 2012 we launched Women@Page with the aim of improving our gender balance at all levels across our business. Since then, we have:
  • Introduced our Global mentoring programme (170 women currently taking part in the UK)
  • Launched our Women@Page global minisite
  • Undertaken Benchmarking – received Opportunity Now Silver Award
  • Carried out policy reviews
  • Partnered with Smart Works
  • Regularly publish case studies/role models - ‘Real People and Real Stories’
  • Signed the ‘Voluntary Code of Conduct for Executive Search Firms’ 
  • Become an active member of the 30% Club mentoring programme
  • Introduced Everywoman female leadership programme
  • Created Women@Page ‘Yammer’ network
  • Joined Women on Boards
  • Enrolled Executive Board Director and UK MD, Olly Watson, on the ‘Men as Agents of Change’ Working Group, set up to support the work of the Women’s Business Council
  • Carried out our first global campaign to celebrate ‘International Women’s Day’ to profile our successful and inspiring women globally
  • Taken part in some ground-breaking research conducted by Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion which highlighted Page Personnel as having excellent levels of inclusive leadership and trust in its leaders
  • Signed up to the ‘Think Act Report’
Click here to take a look at a summary of the initiatives that make up women@page.

Women in leadership




Sexual orientation and gender identity don’t matter

In 2015 we launched Pride@Page, supporting our LGBT+ employees, recognising that people perform better when they can be themselves. Through Pride@Page we have:
  • Become a Stonewall Global Diversity Champion
  • Participated in the Stonewall ‘Starting out Guide’  
  • Worked with universities to help us attract the best talent - #PrideAtPage best talent - #PrideAtPage
  • Run CV workshops and skills sessions for local LGBT+ university students
  • Achieved benchmarks – Stonewall Workplace Equality Index
  • Attended Stonewall Conferences
  • Created case studies - allies and LGBT
  • Run Focus groups
  • Reviewed and rewritten policies
  • Created Pride@Page ‘Yammer’ network
  • Appointed senior sponsors and champions
  • Run a campaign in June 2016 to support LGBT Pride Month





Families and carers come first

We launched Parents@Page in May 2015 to provide all parents & carers at PageGroup encouragement and support with resources, information and understanding through every step of their journey as parents. We have:
  • Introduced Maternity@Page intranet site 
  • Introduced a pre and post maternity coaching programme 
  • Introduced Global maternity guidelines 
  • Conducted surveys with our parents & carers population
  • Launched Parents@Page intranet site
  • Launched Parents@Page ‘Yammer’ network
  • Run lunch and learn seminars for parents & carers on topics decided by them
  • Regularly published case studies/role models using our internal communications tool
  • Improved our paternity policy
  • Introduced specific questions in ‘Have Your Say’ surveys for parents & carers
  • Appointed senior sponsors and champions



Ability@Page – Disability doesn’t hold you back

In July 2016 we launched Ability@Page to demonstrate our commitment to disability and removing all barriers: physical, technological and attitudinal.  It will allow us to effectively communicate with all employees, clients and candidates so that necessary adjustments can be made for anyone with a disability.
  • Partner with Business Disability Forum
  • Real People/Real Stories of employees whose lives are affected by disability
  • Reviewed and rewritten policies
  • Created Ability@Page Yammer network
  • Appointed Senior sponsor and champions
  • Regular hints and tips to improve general health and wellbeing



Age@Page – Age is just a number

At PageGroup we recruit and retain people across all ages recognising the benefits of having an age diverse workforce.



Unity@Page – A multicultural workforce thrives

Promoting the awareness and benefits of multicultural business teams.