Marks & Spencer Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Marks & Spencer employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Marks & Spencer has a diversity rating of 3.9.

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3 English questions out of 3

28 September 2021

Does there seem to be diversity at Marks & Spencer?

Pros

Good career progression, one of the best benefits package. Lots of work done to celebrate diversity and make it an inclusive environment.

Cons

Really hard work, under resourced

Lots of work done to celebrate diversity and make it an inclusive environment.

28 September 2021

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20 November 2019

How are veterans and active duty service members treated at Marks & Spencer?

Pros

Good Pay 20% staff discount for all M&S products in clothing and the foodhall Fellow customer assistants are helpful and a pleasure to work with

Cons

Too many managers on active duty at once resulting in confusion, nitpicking, and pressurization of staff Management disrespectful towards staff and show no appreciation for hard work Some in management are clueless about how the store runs and merely sticks to policies to push for higher sales; this results in staff alienation

Advice to Management

Needs to stop harassing staff or get used to rehiring staff every few months (which is how it is at present)

Too many managers on active duty at once resulting in confusion, nitpicking, and pressurization of staff

20 November 2019

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18 March 2021

How is race or ethnicity talked about at Marks & Spencer?

Pros

Family, feel like being a part of something big that's feeding and dressing the (middle class) nation. Good pay.

Cons

Egos, egos, egos. The leadership is distressed and it trickles down through heads and managers alike making for a stressful environment and employees are made to feel like they are not trusted to do a good job. Not good a rewarding a job well done or praising. Politics, politics, politics. Not inclusive. Business is ran by and for middle age white men. The CEO has serious racial bias and gives his opinion on models he doesn't like. They usually aren't white...

Advice to Management

Hire women, hire a more diverse cohort. Promote from within and stop dismissing women close to the top by indirectly demoting them, giving them the boot publicly and thickening that glass ceiling by adding layers of males above them.

The CEO has serious racial bias and gives his opinion on models he doesn't like.

18 March 2021

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