Supporting our Diverse
From attraction through to development and progression, we celebrate difference because we want everyone to have equal opportunity to belong and grow in their career. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer: it enables us to attract, recruit, train and deploy incredible people. Our areas of focus include gender, ethnicity, social mobility, different abilities and neurodiversity, LGBTQ+ and parent and caring responsibilities as well as the ways in which these all intersect.
Diversity, social mobility and inclusion are an essential part of who we are. At the heart of our business remains our desire to launch the careers of people from many different backgrounds, helping them to develop their skills before starting work with our clients.
Rod Flavell, CEO, FDM Group
Our people represent a thriving global community who strive for success. As we continue to grow and evolve, so do our people and it is their voices and experience that drive us forward.
Our employee led groups provide a community for discussion, support and connection with others.
Leading, Educating and Aspiring Diversity network – representing and celebrating FDM’s ethnic minority community.
Empowering and celebrating FDMers of all genders.
Creating an open and inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ employees through education and representation.
Supporting FDMers with visible and non-visible disabilities, including mental health conditions.
Providing a supportive network for those with parental and/or caring responsibilities.
Bringing together those who have a faith or similar beliefs.
To promote learning and growth through sharing perspectives on prominent issues.
Diversity in Numbers
Being transparent with our diversity data enables us to identify our areas of focus and work with our leaders to address this in their role as agents of change.
nationalities working together as a team globally
of FDM’s global workforce are female
of our US workforce are veterans
identify with having a disability*
of senior management and their direct reporters identify as female
identify as White
identify as Asian
identify as Black or African American
identify as Hispanic or Latino
identify as Two or More Ethnicities
* FDM US consultant intake 2022 of those who chose to disclose this information