One of our core aims is to promote greater diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) across our workforce, our customers and our supply chain.
To mark the publication of our second DE&I report, we caught up with Mark Crawford, senior vice president (SVP) of global DE&I to talk about bp’s commitment to creating equity and why now is the time to lean in and lead the change.
Diversity, equity and inclusion isn’t just a box-ticking exercise for us. We take it seriously. And our global framework for action helps us stay on track and progress in a positive way. Built around three pillars, our framework guides us in advancing and integrating diversity, equity and inclusion across our global business – creating equal opportunities for people, both inside and outside of bp. Our progress relies on our transparency, accountability and talent empowerment. Find out what this means for you – and us.
We’re always evolving. That’s how we continue to succeed as a company and progress as a team. Increasing diversity, equity and inclusion for our workforce and customers is a core part of our company's strategy. As is advancing human rights and education, building sustainable livelihoods and enhancing the health and wellbeing of our employees, contractors and communities. Through better representation, a strong culture and positive partnering, we can achieve our aims together.
Better representation means better ideas. That’s why we promote equity for all genders across our business. Find out how we strike the right balance
What matters to us is your ambition, determination, expertise and passion – bp will be a place of opportunity regardless of ethnic identity. Explore our priorities
We’re working with our colleagues to understand how the work environment interacts with physical, mental, intellectual and sensory diversity. Discover our stance on disability in the workplace
Everyone is welcome to be their true selves at bp. We’re proud to foster an environment where everyone can feel safe and comfortable about who they are – regardless of how they identify. Find out how we uplift our LGBTQ+ people
We know that there’s much more to life than work. That’s why we take a flexible approach. It benefits you and us. See how a bit of balance makes all the difference
Lonpe’s drive and passion is immediately obvious to anyone who meets her. It’s no surprise that in her time at bp she’s already had a huge impact and gone above and beyond her role to effect change, particularly through her advocacy for racial equality, social mobility, and LGBTQ+ inclusion
Three colleagues impacted by diagnosis such as dyslexia, Asperger’s and Autism Spectrum Disorder have made it their purpose to make workplaces and the world more inclusive of neurodiversity
To mark Transgender Awareness Week this year, Kerry Dryburgh, executive vice president, people & culture, spoke to Bobbi Pickard, co-chair of bp Pride's transgender group, about the importance of inclusion