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Accessibility at Barclays

Diverse organisations perform better: they understand their customers’ needs better, they make better decisions and they are better places to work.

Barclays is committed to equality. We strive to achieve this through a variety of initiatives – for example, campaigns to increase the number of female leaders and sponsoring Pride. We also support internal networks such as Spectrum (LGBT), Women’s Initiative Network and Reach (disabilities).

Diversity is critical to our success. We recognise that our colleagues have many roles in addition to their work at Barclays, so our flexible working options support their commitments outside their professional lives. We offer a range of employee benefits to meet individual needs.

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Featured Stories

Working from home on Wednesdays and Fridays gives me the time to manage my mental and physical health needs.
By Karen Sayers

Working from home on Wednesdays and Fridays gives me the time to manage my mental and physical health needs. I can attend hospital appointments and Pilates classes, get enough rest and practice selfcare. Plus, cutting out the commute means I can rest and work for longer, making me more productive. Karen Sayers is a PMO […]

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How I moved from media to banking
By Claire Edgar

Coming from media I joined Barclays in January, 2016. Before this my digital experience was in the media sector working for a broadcaster, a news publisher and an internet service provider but I was excited by the disruption in the financial services industry and Barclays’ reputation for innovation, so they were top of my list […]

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