Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) at Stuart
Our mission is to deliver strength through diversity and unity through community. We are committed to building a culture where difference is valued and everyone can be themselves at work. We believe that diverse points of view foster creativity and innovation and we embrace people who look at the world from different perspectives.
Why DEI matters to us
We want Stuart to be a safe and welcoming environment for every person who joins our team regardless of their gender, race, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or disability. We’re creating a workplace where employees not only feel that their differences are respected, but also celebrated. With our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) program, we intend for each Stuwie to be comfortable in their own skin, recognised as a unique individual and secure that they belong in our community.
When every team member is empowered to contribute, great things happen. In line with our foundational values, we aim to ensure employees have a safe space at work to be the best version of themselves: to engage in the learning process, ask questions and give feedback, use their skills and knowledge to develop solutions, speak up and challenge the status quo. As individuals, teams and a company, DEI is a critical part of how we grow together.
Stuart's DEI Initiatives
Stuart’s Global Inclusion Calendar brings together a range of initiatives to learn, discuss and celebrate our diverse backgrounds and global social causes. Check out some of our recent highlights!
Affinity Groups at Stuart
Women at Stuart
We encourage women to share experiences, organise social activities and discuss topics and events related to women's issues and professional life.
For employees to exchange and suggest green ideas, news, tips and anything related to contributing towards Stuart’s (and the world’s) sustainability goals.
To bring mental health awareness into the work environment by sharing articles, advice, educational resources, support, experiences and challenges.
Kids / Parents
A safe space where moms/dads/parents can share anything related to having a family and raising children—experiences, pictures, advice, accomplishments, funny memes—anything that helps them unwind.
Where LGBTQIA+ employees come together and share experiences, offer support, organise events inside and outside Stuart, as well as discuss and put forward actions and ideas for change within the company.
Our most long-standing group, the UK DEI Committee is made up of 10 Stuart employees divided into a Projects Team and Engagement Team. They work to ensure that Stuart UK fosters a culture that minimises bias while recognising and addressing systemic inequities. Recent key initiatives include a partnership with Street League to support young people on their paths to professional careers and introducing “floating holidays” for greater flexibility and religious and cultural inclusion.
From its beginnings, the Spanish DEI Committee developed an election system to build gender parity into the foundation of their representation. With nine members, the committee now has four teams: Legal, Awareness, Administration and Treasury. Recent key initiatives include locating a fully accessible space for our new Madrid offices, generating a gender pay gap report and working on an Equality Plan, Harassment Protocol, Speak-Up System and Digital Disconnection Policy.
The France DEI Committee is made up of eight members organised into a Projects Team and an Engagement Team. Recent key initiatives include establishing the committee membership, introducing the teams to Stuart France and surveying employees to gauge their interests and priorities for the group to tackle.
Our DEI Policies
Our anti-discrimination policy explains how we prevent discrimination and protect our employees, customers and stakeholders from offensive and harmful behaviours. This policy supports our overall commitment to create a safe and happy workplace for everyone.
Our equal opportunity employer policy reflects our commitment to ensure equality and promote diversity in the workplace.
This document is a set of principles designed by the GeoPost Group to guide its employees to conduct themselves with honesty and integrity in all actions representing the company.
Looking to join a DEI-focused team?
Visit our Careers page to learn about current opportunities!