At Reward Gateway, we feel that diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace is both right, and a fundamental strategic value driver for the business. We’re committed to building a diverse workforce and creating an inclusive environment where everyone feels they belong. A diverse team with different voices, different perspectives and different day-to-day life experiences broadens each individual employee’s personal and professional growth, improves our ability to understand and respond to our customers’ requirements, and strengthens our decision making.
We believe there are three key reasons why diversity and inclusion are key to our success:
EPIC is our internal strategy for diversity, equity, and inclusion as it Encourages Positive Improvements Continuously (EPIC). We're committed to making Reward Gateway a more diverse and inclusive place to work, and there's always things we can improve.
Join us in our new EPIC podcast where we'll be speaking to a variety of guests to understand more about
diversity, equity, and inclusion and how important it is to the overall employee experience.
Find out how James Edwards, Group Director of Implementation and Support, has grown and developed his career trajectory within Reward Gateway and how you can reap the benefits of longevity with one employer.Read More
Molly Barton’s first introduction to Reward Gateway was on a work experience placement 10 years ago. She’s now Global Director of Retail for the employee engagement business, with a seat at the leadership team – and she hasn’t turned 30 yet. She shares her inspiring career story and tips on how to be seen as a future leader.Read More
At Reward Gateway we’re not afraid to face our challenges. We are comfortable with getting uncomfortable. At boom!Fest, our global all hands event, we invited Telixia Inico, a spoken word artist, to join us and help us open up the conversation on race. With Telixia leading the group with a poem on Reward Gateway's DEI challenges, our people had the opportunity to Speak Up and share their own poetry on race and ethnicity.Watch the video