Diversity and inclusion

We know from experience that diverse teams are better at identifying and solving problems, and that diversity is essential to creating a healthy, creative culture.

The Support team

How Redgate is doing

At Redgate we're not yet as diverse as we'd like to be, and we're working on it.

We're already seeing positive changes from our work over the last 18 months, and we're committed to keeping up this momentum.

We're proud to be part of the growing number of tech companies working openly for greater diversity in our industry.

What we're doing to improve

Recruitment

Over the last eighteen months we've sought out diverse candidates from a variety of new sources outside of our traditional hiring paths, like Makers Academy. We’ll continue seeking out more new recruitment paths.

Diversity events

Creating a diverse environment is the responsibility of individuals just as much as the company - so we hold awareness and education events to make sure everyone in the company is informed and able to make a difference, including:

  • Ada Lovelace Day workshop
  • Diversity Lightning Talks
  • Sponsorship of DevelopHER awards
  • Sponsorship of the Women in Tech group at PASS

Mental health

We give everyone at Redgate access to the resources they need to look after their mental health and be aware of each other’s needs:

  • Employee Assistance Program who can offer counselling
  • Occupational health providers who can offer therapy
  • Mental health awareness training for managers
  • A strong focus on wellbeing

Accessibility

Our Cambridge HQ is fully accessible, with Blue Badge parking bays, two elevators, and accessible bathroom facilities on each floor.

Our Pasadena office in Old Town has nearby street parking and parking lots, and an elevator at the back of the building.

“I love coming to work every day knowing that I’m going to be solving difficult problems with such a diverse, interesting and talented group of people”

Nina, People Partner

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