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During the recruitment process you can share as much information as you feel comfortable with. Your application and your needs are unique, so sharing your specific requirements and asking questions about the application and selection process will ensure we can best support you during the application process.
We therefore welcome all candidates, whether already in an existing role at Barclays or thinking of joining us, to share any support, advice or adjustments that would assist them during the application process either in the application form itself, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also encourage and welcome feedback on our application process so we can continue to improve our candidate experience for the future.
We are pleased to have been recognised for some of our efforts to foster a more diverse and inclusive culture at Barclays.
You can share any adjustments you need at any stage of the application process, either through the application form or by emailing email@example.com. If you have a disability, if you are neurodivergent, or if you have a health condition that may affect you during the application process, we would encourage you to discuss adjustments with our team.
Some reasons why candidates may need support include but are not limited to: Physical disability, dyslexia, dyspraxia, hearing/visual impairment, stammer, stutter, anxiety, depression, menopause, and long-term health conditions.
Some examples of adjustments which can be made for candidates include, but are not limited to:
At Barclays we are committed to building an inclusive and supportive culture to provide equity of opportunity for diverse talent at all levels to grow. We believe that every individual should have the opportunity to fulfil their potential and achieve their personal and professional goals. Valuing the perspectives of colleagues from diverse backgrounds enables us to better understand our customers, clients and the communities we serve and also strengthens our culture, encourages innovation and enables us to make better decisions.
Our twelve global Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) play a critical role in achieving Barclay’s ambitions for diversity, equity and inclusion. They provide valuable support and advice, create development opportunities, and raise awareness of issues, challenges and initiatives.
Reach, our disability, mental health and neurodiversity ERG, helps to support our colleagues with disability, mental health and neurodiversity in the workplace to achieve their full potential. Members of Reach include colleagues who are disabled, neurodivergent and have long-term health conditions, but is also open for all colleagues to join, if you want to support a colleague or family member, be a great inclusion ally, or are interested in learning more for awareness.
The support we offer throughout the recruitment process doesn’t end after the application .
We know that people have different needs in the application process and at work, which is why we want to help everyone at Barclays get the support they need.
Barclays is committed to providing all colleagues with the support and tools they need to have a productive and fulfilling career. We can consider making adjustments to remove or reduce barriers you might face if you have a disability, health concern or mental health condition.
Workplace adjustments (or accommodations) help us do this and can be considered for all colleagues.
Some of the adjustments we’ve provided for colleagues include but are not limited to:
Barclays ensures that employees of all backgrounds are treated equally and contribute fully to our vision and goals.
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