Equality, diversity and inclusion

Trinity recognises that providing equality of opportunity, valuing diversity and promoting a culture of inclusion are vital to our success. We want our colleagues reflect the diversity of the regional, national and international communities that we serve. We aim to be a place where people can be free to be themselves no matter what their identity or background.

By creating working and social environment in which individual can utilise their skills and talents to the full without fear of prejudice or harassment, we aim to create a culture where everyone can reach their fullest potential. We will ensure that equality is embedded in all our activities, policies and decisions and will work with our partners to share good practice.

Key to this is our commitment to implementing a programme of activity to progress our equality aims and objectives.



Our growing workforce at a glance

(as of January 2024)

Our talented people come from all walks of life. Trinity is open to all applicants from different backgrounds and we are committed to building a more diverse and inclusive workplace.

 

400 employees located across 7 countries

 

32 different nationalities represented across the workforce

 

60% of our people are female, with 46% of our Executive Leadership Team being women

 

Our early-careers (18-24 year olds) colleagues form 8% of the organisation

 

Around 5% of people at Trinity identify as having a disability

Menopause Workplace Pledge

Our commitment

To deliver a quality service, we need to attain a certain quality of relationship with you – and you with us. A relationship founded on mutual trust and respect from start to finish. So here, in black and white, is what you can expect from us.

Our hiring promise to you

Peer Network Groups

Trinity’s Peer Network Groups are led by our own volunteers from every corner of the business, each with our own executive member sponsor. Our networks allow people to connect with colleagues across Trinity who share similar experiences, interests and identities, as well as to advocate for positive change to help ensure that Trinity is a place where everyone can be their best and feel included and valued.

 

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