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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.

All answers shown come directly from Marks & Spencer Reviews and are not edited or altered.

Does there seem to be diversity at Marks & Spencer?

76 English reviews out of 76

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2 November 2021

Pros

Really flexible, progressive retailer with a great focus on diversity and inclusion. Genuinely care about staff welfare

Cons

Pace of change and industry challenges make it a fast paced environment which can be hard to keep up with!

Really flexible, progressive retailer with a great focus on diversity and inclusion.

2 November 2021

Reviewed by: Lead Analyst in London, England (Current Employee)

28 September 2021

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

Reviewed by: Assistant Branch Manager(DSM) in Belfast, Northern Ireland (Current Employee)

2 March 2021

Pros

Nice team great employees miss 20% off

Cons

Ltd progression more of a standardised culture with limited diversity

Advice to Management

None

Ltd progression more of a standardised culture with limited diversity

2 March 2021

Reviewed by: Section Manager in London, England (Former Employee)

10 July 2021

Pros

Great diversity, inclusion and supportive workforce.

Cons

Could align the pay better to competitors for similar roles

Great diversity, inclusion and supportive workforce.

10 July 2021

Reviewed by: Policy Advisor in Manchester, England (Current Employee)

27 October 2021

Pros

Staff discount, free drinks and snacks in staff room, friendly colleagues, reasonable pay rates for young people

Cons

Very hierarchical; too many managers and colleagues who acted like managers, even though they weren't; poor training (equality and diversity training was particularly bad and personal discriminatory views were expressed by managers); lots of heavy lifting; health and safety rules broken continually; very short unpaid breaks.

Advice to Management

Ensure that training managers keep their personal views to themselves when inducting new staff

Staff discount, free drinks and snacks in staff room, friendly colleagues, reasonable pay rates for young people

27 October 2021

Reviewed by: Christmas Temp Customer Assistant

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76 English reviews out of 76

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