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You may know our name well but perhaps less about the variety and scale of what we do. HSBC is one of the world’s leading international banks and we’ve been helping people to thrive for more than 150 years. Today we serve over 39 million customers around the world, from individuals to start-ups and multinational organisations. There’s an incredible range of possibilities on offer here. You could build a career in Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Global Private Banking, Commercial Banking, or Global Banking and Markets – our investment bank. There are also essential operational and support roles like internal audit, legal, marketing, human resources and technology. Whether you’re looking to make your first step in a branch or call centre, or you’re an experienced professional or technology specialist taking your next career step, we want to hear from you.
John Lewis & Partners operates 50 John Lewis shops across the UK (36 department stores, 12 John Lewis at home and shops at St Pancras International and Heathrow Terminal 2) as well as johnlewis.com. The retailer stocks around 350,000 separate lines in its department stores and on johnlewis.com across fashion, home and technology. This year John Lewis & Partners won, 'Best Multichannel Retailer 2018', 'Best Clothing Retailer 2018', and 'Best Furniture Retailer 2018' at the GlobalData Customer Satisfaction Awards 2018. John Lewis Insurance offers a range of comprehensive insurance products - home, car, wedding and event, travel and pet insurance and life cover - delivering the values of expertise, trust and customer service expected from the John Lewis & Partners brand. *GlobalData Retail Customer Satisfaction Awards 2018
The world of energy is changing and, with our chosen businesses, distinctive propositions and current capabilities, Centrica is well placed to deliver for its customers, shareholders and for society. We aim to be a good corporate citizen and an employer of choice. Our areas of focus for growth are Energy Supply, Services, Connected Home, Distributed Energy & Power, Energy Marketing & Trading. We also have a material Exploration & Production division. We supply energy and services to over 25 million customer accounts mainly in the UK, Ireland and North America through strong brands such as British Gas, Direct Energy and Bord Gáis Energy all supported by around 15,000 engineers and technicians. We are focused on delivering high levels of customer service, engagementand loyalty. Technology is increasingly important in the delivery of energy and services to our customers. We are developing innovative products, offers and solutions, underpinned by investment in technology.
YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP (YNAP) is the world’s leading online luxury fashion retailer. YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP is a unique business with an unrivalled offering including multi-brand in-season online stores NET-A-PORTER and MR PORTER, and multi-brand off-season online stores YOOX and THE OUTNET, as well as numerous ONLINE FLAGSHIP STORES, all “Powered by YNAP”.
Many eyes and hands are on Sony -- or, most likely, on its high-profit consumer electronics products and gaming systems. The company, officially named Sony Kabushiki Kaisha, makes a host of products, including digital and video cameras, Walkman stereos, TVs, and semiconductors, through its more than 1,200 subsidiaries. A top media conglomerate worldwide, Sony boasts entertainment assets such as music (Sony Music Entertainment), motion pictures (Sony Pictures Entertainment and Sony Digital Production), DVDs (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment), and TV programs (Sony Pictures Television). Under its first non-Japanese leader, Sir Howard Stringer, Sony's realigning its business and shedding some longtime traditions.
We're the UK's largest financial services group, with millions of customers and a history stretching back more than 300 years. Our purpose is to help Britain prosper as the nation recovers from the pandemic. As we look to build the bank of the future, our digital transformation is playing a key role in helping us deliver new products and services to individuals and businesses. While our adoption of new technology and changes to the way we work have helped make us the largest digital bank in the UK, with over 17 million online customers. The scale of our business—which includes iconic brands such as Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland, Halifax and Scottish Widows—means we can offer colleagues a wide range of opportunities to grow, learn and develop. Our people also benefit from being part of a supportive environment, one which is inclusive and driven by our values. We pride ourselves on having an open culture where diversity is celebrated. We’ve still more to do to ensure our organisation reflects the people and communities we serve, but our commitment to diversity and inclusion has already been recognised in numerous ways: * We’ve made The Times Top 50 Employers for Women list for 10 years in a row. * In 2020, we were named the Outstanding Employer at the Ethnicity Awards for a second time. * 2020 also saw us named a Top 10 Employer for Working Families for the sixth year running. * We’ve also achieved the Business Disability Forum’s Gold Standard Benchmark as a leading employer of people with disabilities. * We’ve been recognised in the OUTstanding Top 100 LGBT+ Allies leaders business lists. Flexible working is at the heart of our strategy. We’re re-imagining where, when and how our people work, with new approaches designed to meet the ever-changing needs of customers and colleagues. These include increasing our use of remote-working tools and technology, as well as placing less reliance on a 9-to-5 mindset. So, discover more about Lloyds Banking Group, how we work, and our career opportunities here.
Entrepreneurial spirit and daring creativity belong at L’Oreal. You can say it’s in our DNA- L’Oreal was created in 1906 by a young chemist and his hair dye invention, just two years after graduation. Since then, we haven’t stopped rising to challenges in meeting consumer needs, with pioneering formulas, digital innovations and cutting edge technology. From our humble origins to becoming the #1 global beauty group today, we’ve never believed in limitations. So what’s stopping you from joining us? If you’re an impact seeking inventor, a driver of disruption, take L’Oréal to the next level with us. Lead the future of beauty at L’Oréal.