Find out how we are working to ensure all people are treated fairly and given the opportunity to thrive at work.
We’re committed to creating a work environment where our people feel respected and are treated fairly, empowered to be themselves and valued for their skills, backgrounds, expertise and insights; we want everybody to thrive at National Grid. Making sure our workforce reflect the diversity of the communities we serve is important to us and we believe that not only is it the right thing to do, it is also critical for enabling us to successfully lead the clean energy transition and help the UK deliver net zero. The health, safety and wellbeing of employees and contractors is our primary concern and a key priority for everyone at National Grid.
We maintain fairness across the organisation for pay and make sure our pay practices do not show bias. We’re a living wage employer in the UK and undertake a Living Wage review each year to ensure continued alignment and in the US all colleagues are paid above the statutory minimum in each state. We also review gender pay gaps and ethnicity pay gaps annually in both the UK and US.
Our Responsible Business Charter highlights our commitments and ambitions to ensure our people are respected and treated fairly.
You can read our latest stories below, detailing some of the work we’re doing on our support our people throughout our journey to net zero.
We’re making strong progress in our goal towards gender equality at National Grid, and recognise that we can play a part in helping to ensure that women are equally represented in the energy industry.
Meet some of the women who are working to shape the future of the energy system, from inspiring innovations in renewable energy to breaking down stereotypes in engineering.
We have identified the other key areas where we can really make a difference by ensuring responsibility is woven through everything we do.