Diversity and inclusion
RSA thrives when our colleagues feel completely comfortable bringing their best self to work.
That’s because, when every one of our colleagues feels respected and valued for their unique potential, we’re even better able to understand and meet our customers’ needs.
We all have a big part to play
Diversity and inclusion doesn’t just come about through policies and committees. We all have a big part to play in promoting positive, inclusive attitudes and working practices.
We work together to create a workplace that is safe and secure, and where everyone is treated with dignity. We celebrate our diversity, different backgrounds, experiences and hopes for the future.
Employee resource groups
We have a wealth of Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) for employees who want to get more involved in building diversity, equity and inclusion.
Driving gender balance at all levels of the organisation.
Helping parents and carers thrive at home and work.
Championing multicultural inclusion and development.
RSA Armed Forces
Supporting employees within the Armed Forces community.
Supporting employees with seen and unseen disabilities.
RSA Building Pride
Shaping an inclusive culture for LGBTQ+ colleagues.
We promote inclusive culture and behaviours that will make our offices and call centres places where difference isn’t just valued and respected, it’s celebrated.
We are committed to:
- Increasing the representation of women in senior management through the Women in Finance Charter
- Tackling ethnic disparities in the workplace within the Race at Work Charter
- Advocating for disability inclusion through our Valuable 500 and Disability Confident Employer pledges
- Taking action on Domestic abuse as part of the Employers Initiative on Domestic Abuse
- Supporting social mobility through outreach, access and recruitment as Social Mobility Pledge Signatories
- Recognising the contributions that Service personnel, reservists, veterans and military families make to our organisation through our Armed Forces Covenant pledges.
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