Equality Diversity & Inclusion

Equality, diversity and inclusion for us is a non-negotiable value.

We are creating a platform that seriously channels Ferrovial Agroman’s equality, diversity and inclusion aspirations.

  • Our VISION is for Ferrovial Agroman UK & Ireland to be a recognised leader for construction in equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI). For EDI as a non-negotiable value to be firmly established across our business and throughout our supply chain, with a staff network that is proud of our approach and ambassadors for what we achieve together.
  • WHY? We recognise our responsibility to make an impact on addressing the skills gap, opening up the industry to under-represented groups and embedding strong leadership throughout the organisation to address diversity and inclusion.
  • HOW? We commit to working closely with our clients, employees, partners, supply chain and stakeholders to understand issues, to shape our business flexibly, to meet specific and relevant needs, and to measure change.
  • WHAT? We are working to create value for society, the industry, our clients and stakeholders (both internal and external) by creating a more sustainable industry, and a more diverse and inclusive environment for people.


The Inclusive Culture Pledge: Our Commitment to Building an Inclusive Culture

Here at Ferrovial Agroman we are committed to improving the diversity of our company and building inclusive cultures every day. Not only is this good for business, it’s also the right thing to do. We aim to be a truly 21st century workforce, where everyone’s talents are welcomed, valued and nurtured.

As part of this we have committed to the Inclusive Culture Pledge, a special initiative by diversity consultancy EW Group.

By signing up to EW Group’s Pledge, we will benefit from a year of dedicated support on five key aspects of diversity development: Leadership, People, Brand, Data and Future. Together this will provide a focus for building our skills, awareness, confidence and maturity around workplace diversity over the course of 2018. In doing so, we are making a commitment, internally and outwardly, to the lasting importance of diversity and inclusion to our company culture.

Gender Pay Gap Report 2018

The Gender Pay Gap reporting regulations came into full effect for the first time in the UK in 2018. All employers with over 250 staff – in the private, public or non-profit sectors – must comply with the UK Government’s gender pay gap reporting requirements on an annual basis. This is the second report we have published. 

Pay figures quoted in this report are for Ferrovial Agroman UK Limited as on 05 April 2018. Bonus figures used for the calculation are for the 12 month period ending 05 April 2018 i.e. for the 2017 performance year.The UK needs to significantly increase the number of people with engineering skills. We recognise this as a global challenge to businesses operating in the UK and understand our responsibility in addressing the looming skills gap.

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