EDI at Grand Union

Equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) matter to us at Grand Union. Everyone has a right to feel that they belong in their workplace and their community.

That’s why we’re working to ensure we are a fully accessible organisation to colleagues, customers and partners. 

Through this work, we aim to:

  • Celebrate diversity and challenge stigma, speaking up when we see others being treated badly
  • Build a diverse workforce that reflects our communities
  • Design services with our customers’ needs in mind
  • Use our detailed understanding of our customers to make sure our services work for all.
  • Create a culture and environment where colleagues feel they belong and can bring their whole selves to work

We want to ensure that we continue to put our customers’ needs first. We know that their needs are varied and different. We want to meet those needs by considering the various ways in which our work impacts on them and allowing them to feed back to us. Doing so will also allow our customers to understand that we care and that we are here to help.

We will be leading on this, helping us move from a “one-size fits all” approach, to one where our teams can better understand customers and their needs when designing services. This will help them think of the impact on different customers’ experiences. 

Gender pay gap report

We are required by law to publish an annual Gender pay gap report in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017. 

Ethnicity pay gap report

Our ethnicity pay gap report shows the difference in the average hourly rate of pay between PGM (People of the Global Majority) and non-PGM colleagues. 

You can also find pay gap reports from previous years on our documents page.

Colleagues celebrate Black History Month in our office
Colleagues celebrate Black History Month in our office