Our People pillar comprises three key elements.
1. Inclusion and diversity
We believe differences drive ideas and innovation. We will create an organisation that actively attracts, recruits and develops people across all aspects of diversity, and that reflects our customer base and the communities in which we operate.
An organisation that actively enables every person to feel valued and fully contribute, generating the broadest breadth in contribution, ideas and thinking to business performance and decision-making.
2. Safety and wellbeing
We believe the physical and mental wellbeing of our people is paramount to the success of Inchcape. We will make sure every person both feels safe and is safe at work. We will make sure they are able to raise concerns, doubts and fears – and that we listen, take action and help them when needed, so we can support their mental health and wellbeing.
3. Talent and skills
We believe that providing continuous opportunities for professional and personal growth will guarantee our collective success as a responsible business. We will develop and source skills, capabilities, behaviours and mindsets that enable every person, team and Inchcape as a whole to succeed, delivering in a sustainable way as a truly responsible business; for our people, for our customers, for the communities in which we operate and for our planet.
Our current focus areas
Inclusive Leadership Program
Current focus for the People pillar is on establishing our Inclusion and Diversity frameworks, narrative and internal communication. This comprises our Inclusive Leadership Program for which we are targeting rollout to 100% of our senior leadership population by end of June 2022. Stage two will be to the next level of management by end Q1 2023.
Women in Leadership Program
We launched global our Women in Leadership Program in 2021 with three pilot cohorts and will run three further cohorts, with further Australasian participation, in 2022 with satisfaction measurement as well as retention and progression as measures of success.
LifeWorks Employee Assistance Program
Under Safety and Wellbeing, we launched the LifeWorks Employee Assistance Program (“EAP”) in 2021, use of which is being tracked monthly and success will be measured in wellbeing questions in future employee experience surveys. LifeWorks is more than an EAP, it is a wellness partner helping support the overall wellbeing of our colleagues.
Our people stories
02 Jun 2023
Inchcape Pride: Advancing inclusion across our global business
10 Oct 2022
Inchcape Celebrates World Mental Health Day
08 Sep 2022
Inchcape Australasia on R U OK? Day
10 Feb 2022
Focus on Inclusion & Diversity
28 Apr 2022
World Day for Safety and Health and Work
09 Feb 2022
Developing our female leaders
08 Feb 2022
Interview with Sarah Charlesworth, Group Head of Inclusion & Diversity