Greene King Achieves Inclusive Employers Standard Demonstrating Its Commitment to Inclusion & Diversity

Greene King has achieved a bronze Inclusive Employers Standard Award and have been praised for its organisational commitment to inclusion, as well as being a strong role model both within the hospitality industry and beyond.

The brewer and pub company were commended for engaging team members at all levels and ensuring they have a good understanding and awareness of its vision for inclusion and diversity, as well as showing its commitment to continuously learning and evolving on its I&D journey by drawing on best practise from others.

The Inclusive Employers Standard is an evidence-based workplace accreditation from Inclusive Employers, and measures where an organisation is on their inclusion and diversity journey. It also demonstrates to employees and stakeholders that an organisation understands the business case for I&D.

Established in 2011, Inclusive Employers work with a wide number of organisations across all industries to embed workplace inclusion and are the first and leading membership organisation for employers who are committed to prioritising I&D and creating truly inclusive workplaces.

Andrew Bush, Greene King’s Chief People & Transformation Officer said “We’re working hard to make Everyday Inclusion a reality for our people, so we are proud to have achieved bronze status in the Inclusive Employers Standard, which is testament to how far we have come on our I&D journey.

“We know that there is still more to do, and we’ll be using the feedback from the Inclusive Employers report to help us focus on areas we can improve and to support the next stage of our approach in creating an environment at Greene King where everyone is welcome and feels like they belong.”