We believe in the power of a diverse global workforce that champions the right for people to be their true, authentic selves.

Helping organisations build more diverse teams and professionals have successful careers is part of our purpose to power people and organisations to fulfil their unique potential.

The Robert Walters Group has long been an advocate of diversity and inclusion. We believe a diverse workforce enables different views, opinions and ideas whilst mirroring the key stakeholders and customers all businesses work with.

Below you can find more information about our internal approach to diversity and inclusion along with an insight into how we supply our clients with diverse talent pools.

Delivering diverse talent pools for our clients

Robert Walters are committed to supporting the D&I strategies of our clients, we have designed our recruitment processes to ensure the talent pools we present are as diverse and inclusive as possible. 

Diversity and inclusion podcast

We discuss key learnings and successes with the UK's leading businesses who are paving the way in diversity inclusion. - listen to their successes in our latest podcast series 'Leading From The Front' 

Find out how we’re driving diversity within Robert Walters

We understand that a more diverse workforce brings with it different ideas and perspectives which helps drive productivity, creativity and innovation, delivering better results. View our D&I strategy, awards and accreditations below.

D&I news, articles and blogs

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Diversity in finance needs to start from the top

Erica Ingham, Chief Financial Officer at MediaCom, explores the reasons behind the ongoing gender pay gap. How can women overcome persisting workplace challenges? Find out how businesses can address the diversity gap in finance.

Addressing the tech sector diversity problem

Kurt Weideling, Director of Information Systems and Digital Services at Manchester Metropolitan University (ManMet) sheds light on tech's diversity problem. Find out why these issues persist and what more can be done.

HR diversity policies and what they mean for you

Maternity leave is no longer exclusively reserved for the mother but can instead be shared between the two parents. Learn more about these new HR policies.