Sky Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Sky 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.

Sky has a diversity rating of 4.3.

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Does there seem to be diversity at Sky?

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5 July 2019

Pros

The London campus is incredible, despite being all the way in Oysterley, peaks are cool if you like an involvement where you can hang out. It's a great place to have a career and people stay here for 10+ years for a reason.

Cons

They talk the game about diversity and inclusion, but can do a hell of lot more to hire more BAME, female and disabled people especially at the top and in leadership positions.

They talk the game about diversity and inclusion, but can do a hell of lot more to hire more BAME, female and disabled people especially at the top and in leadership positions.

5 July 2019

Reviewed by: Planner in London, England, England (Current Employee)

27 January 2021

Pros

Good life-work balance, diversity, great team working culture, good benefits

Cons

Harder to be promoted inside bigger teams

work balance, diversity, great team working culture, good benefits

27 January 2021

Reviewed by: Data Scientist in London, England, England (Current Employee)

22 December 2020

Pros

Great culture around diversity and inclusion

Cons

Enjoyed everything when I was there

Great culture around diversity and inclusion

22 December 2020

Reviewed by: Customer Service in Livingston, Scotland, Scotland (Former Employee)

20 January 2020

Pros

Amazing facilities; good benefits overall; modern and innovative environment; great focus on diversity and big push for BAME and women in leadership.

Cons

Some senior leaders are too keen on change and want to move fast but cannot give the right direction and support to their direct reports. This could cause some frustration and lack of motivation hence negative attrition. Such a shame.

Advice to Management

Communication is key in any operation so please communicate better and more consistently to the middle management. Don't forget that it is your middle managers that have to embrace change first and do the dirty job most of the time.

Amazing facilities; good benefits overall; modern and innovative environment; great focus on diversity and big push for BAME and women in leadership.

20 January 2020

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

3 February 2021

Pros

Excellent benefits, promotes diversity and equality in meaningful ways across the business , eco conscious and inclusive

Cons

Most non cust facing roles can be done remotely and don’t have to be based in Scotland or London! Hopefully the pandemic has broadened their horizons when it comes to both job opportunities internal and external

Excellent benefits, promotes diversity and equality in meaningful ways across the business , eco conscious and inclusive

3 February 2021

Reviewed by: Project Manager in Manchester, England, England (Current Employee)

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