We want Worldpay to be a great place to work and we expect our colleagues to treat each other, our customers, and our partners with respect and embrace each other’s differences.
Our values are summed up in the ‘Worldpay Way’ which defines who we are as an organisation and the way we behave: Work Smart; Be Spirited; Be Supportive.
As an equal opportunities employer, we are against all kinds of discrimination – direct or indirect – when recruiting, promoting or training people. This includes age, disability, gender, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity, race (including colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), sexual orientation, religion or belief, or because someone is or isn’t married, or in a civil partnership.
We work hard to accommodate the specific needs of disabled colleagues and make reasonable adjustments to working environments where needed.
We are committed to actively promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace, using tools such as Business in the Community’s diversity benchmark to guide our progress. Our most recent rating in that survey rose from 45 to 70, above the benchmark for our sector. In the 2016 engagement survey, 89% of colleagues agreed that everybody feels welcome at Worldpay whatever their background and culture.