Our Social Responsibility - BNP Paribas United Kingdom
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Empowering employees to succeed

The focus of our Social programme is to ensure that our employees have the opportunities, support and wellbeing to progress and excel.  BNP Paribas ranked 3rd in the 2014 Britain’s Healthiest Company Awards and the UK is leading the way for the Group in driving Diversity and Inclusion to ensure employees are valued for their differences and are empowered to succeed.

Social DiamondHealth and Wellbeing

A wide range of support services are available to employees in the UK, with nearly 80% of staff taking up our extended health screening.  This year we are launching three campaigns to encourage staff to become more active – one of which is StepJockey, an initiative that encourages employees to ditch the lift and take the stairs, competing to climb the equivalent of Mount Everest.  Read more…

Social DiamondCareer Mobility

The bank is committed to career mobility; both to meet business needs and to help enable employees to fulfil their potential and achieve their career goals.  Mobility Days take place each year to help employees learn more about the breadth of opportunities that are available and our learning and development programme is structured to provide access to a range of tools and training that will enable our people to progress.  Read more…

Social DiamondDiversity and Inclusion

In the UK, we are leading the way towards developing a diverse  and inclusivie workplace.  A Diversity and Inclusion Council, consisting of senior representatives from across every business entity in the UK, provides governance and oversight.  Our annual Diversity & Inclusion Week 2015 filled 3,700 seats across over 70 employee events that included thought-provoking and inspiring speakers.  Read more…

Diversity is a business imperative. It fosters better decision making, enriches our talent pool and drives innovation. A cornerstone of BNP Paribas’ diversity agenda is gender equality. Here you can find our 2017 gender pay gap reports.