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Capgemini Overview

Paris (France)
10000+ employees
1967
Company - Public
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
£5 to £10 billion (GBP) per year
Capgemini is one of the world's foremost providers of consulting, technology, outsourcing services and local professional services. It is a multicultural company of over 240,000 team members in more than 40 countries. The Group reported 2018 global revenues of ... Read more

Mission: Our Mission: with you, we create and deliver business and technology solutions that fit your needs and drive the results you want


Glassdoor Awards

Best Places to Work: 2020 (#33), 2018 (#31), 2017 (#43)

Top CEOs: 2017 (#21)

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  • Looking for Work Experience ? We offer school/college students one week of insight into our business, networking with our professionals and gaining practical experience.

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  • We've teamed up with AFC Telford United to organise Kicking It OUTfront, raising awareness of the societal impact of homophobia in football. It's happening on 16th November, so if you're local Telford please head down and get involved! Capgemini has been Telfords main shirt sponsor for 15 years, and funds raised funds raised will be donated to the XYZ Youth Group, a charity which supports LGBT+ young people in Shropshire. Check out the article for more info.

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    Capgemini is Kicking It OUTfront

    As part of the Active Inclusion programme, Capgemini is working alongside AFC Telford United Football Club to organise Kicking It OUTfront, a football event to raise awareness of the societal impact of homophobia in football.

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Capgemini – Why Work With Us?


About Capgemini

A global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation, Capgemini is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients’ opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms. Building on its strong 50-year heritage and deep industry-specific expertise, Capgemini enables organizations to realize their business ambitions through an array of services from strategy to operations. Capgemini is driven by the conviction that the business value of technology comes from and through people. It is a multicultural company of over 240,000 team members in over 40 countries. The Group reported 2018 global revenues of EUR 13.2 billion.

Visit us at www.capgemini.com. People matter, Results count.

As a leader in digital transformation, we work to ensure that technology and innovation drive sustainable and social development.  Our Architects of Positive Futures programme aims to ensure we deliver our business and technology solutions in a way that contributes to a positive future for all. 

 

 

“Our mission is to use our expertise to drive positive change for our own business, our clients and for society as a whole. We focus on programmes which nurture diversity, promote digital inclusion and advance environmental sustainability”. Christine Hodgson Member of the Group Executive Committee, Chief CSR Officer, Chairman Capgemini UK Plc

 

 

We focus on three key priorities:

 

·       Environmental Sustainability: We continually reduce our environmental impacts and have set ambitious science-based targets to support this aim. We recognise the greatest contribution we can make to addressing global environmental challenges is through the services we deliver to our clients and have a target to leverage our technology and capabilities to help clients save 10 million tonnes CO2e by 2030.

·       Diversity and Inclusion: We are committed to building an inclusive workplace, attracting and retaining a diverse workforce to enable Capgemini and our employees to thrive. Everyone has a role to play in creating a truly inclusive environment, which is why we inspire our people not just to think inclusively, but to engage and act in an inclusive way.

·       Digital Inclusion:  We are committed to using our skills to help communities address the impact of the digital revolution.  By using our expertise to support digital skills development across society, we can help individuals build the skills they need to be included in society, create pathways to employment, and foster a culture of innovation that will help address social, environmental and economic progress.

To find out more about our commitments, read our latest responsibility and sustainability report, which outlines our performance against our targets and highlights our success stories for the year.

In 2018 we were recognised for our programme with awards and accreditations including:

1.     Named one of the 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies® by the Ethisphere Institute for the 6th consecutive year;

2.     Received a B rating on the CDP Climate Change Index and an A in the Supplier Engagement index;

3.     Achieved ISO 14001 and ISO 50001 certification for our Environment and Energy Management systems which cover 100% of our UK operations;

4.     Awarded Ecovadis Gold rated supplier status;

5.     Accredited as a Disability Confident Employer;

6.     Achieved a silver Award in the Mind Workplace Wellbeing Index 2017-18;

7.     Listed on the FTSE4Good Index;

8.     Featured in the Stonewall Top 100 Employers List;

9.     Featured in the 2018 Times Top 50 Employers for Women List;

10. Ranked in the top 50 of Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work;

11. Participants of the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres;

12. Highly Commended in the Recruitment Award category in BITC’s Race Equality Awards;

13. Ranked as one of the Top 50 employers in the Social Mobility Employer Index 2018;

14. Shortlisted in the edie Sustainability Leaders Awards;

15. Rated as a CIPS accredited supplier; and

16. Won ‘Diversity & Inclusion Initiative’, ‘Best Video’ and ‘Work of the Year’ at the RAD awards.

At Capgemini, we know that the business benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce speak for themselves. We are on a journey to continually evolve our organisation, to ensure that our workplace is as inclusive as it can possibly be for all employees, present and future.

We refer to our diversity and inclusion strategy as Active Inclusion, deliberately named in recognition of the fact that it is a concerted and considered effort to consciously shape our people strategy, and ensure that everything we do has an inclusivity lens applied to it.

Active Inclusion is a change programme, driven by our business, enabled by HR and communications, and crucially, supported by our clients, who are at the heart of everything we do. It encompasses every element of the way we work with our people, from our branding and attraction activities, through recruitment and hiring, and the entire employee journey.

There are four key elements of active inclusion which run across the five pillars of inclusivity (LGBTSocial Mobility Gender, Multiculturalism and Mental Health, Disability and Carers). These are:

  1. Leadership: It’s absolutely crucial that this journey is lead from the top of the organisation, so our leaders are all passionate about demonstrating their commitment to this agenda. They take personal accountability for this agenda.
  2. Actively Inclusive People: Whilst our leaders are driving this journey from the top of our organisation, it is incredibly important that all of our employees feel they have accountability for this agenda. We know that when everyone feels they have personal accountability to make a change that great things can happen, and to foster this empowerment, we ask our employees to input into our strategy, through our Active Inclusion survey. The results of this survey genuinely shape the direction of travel, and this means all our employees are part of this journey.
  3. Actively Inclusive Workplace: We look at every element of our employer offering with a lens of inclusivity, to ensure that we not only attract and recruit a diverse group of people, but also retain and develop those individuals once they are part of our team.
  4. Measurement and Reporting: The development of an interactive and cutting edge analytics tool has enabled us to make a step-change in this journey, allowing us to pinpoint pain points and progress on a month by month basis. Data continues to allow us to monitor the impact of every change we make on this journey.

Ultimately, our goal is clear: We want to be recognised in the market, by our clients and our current and future workforce as a truly inclusive organisation where everyone feels valued, included and empowered.





At Capgemini, our commitment to high ethical standards and our core values underpin our business practices.

Strong Leadership and Solid Values: The Foundation of our Business

Our seven core Values provide the basis for our rules of conduct within our teams: Honesty, Boldness, Trust, Freedom, Solidarity/Team Spirit, Modesty and Fun. Today, these values are at the heart of our identity as a socially responsible company. They shape our sustainable ethical culture and encourage a mindset which encompasses integrity and ethical behavior. We rely on our top management's leadership and our local teams' participation to ensure these values have global reach and relevancy.

Find out more about how our Values and Code of Business Ethics shape our business practices at every corporate level.

Capgemini named a 2019 World’s Most Ethical Company® by the Ethisphere Institute for the 7th consecutive year.

Our offering at Capgemini is shaped by our employees: benefits, policies and development. Read more about our offering and how our people experience it.

Our benefits

Learning and development

Our family friendly approach

Our networks

In our “Chain Reaction” series of videos, our wonderful women talk about their experiences, and what it is they love about working here. One video’s interviewee becomes the interviewer for the next session, and everyone gets their turn in the hot seat!

Watch Interview #1 Be A Role Model or visit our Women at Capgemini webpage to view more interviews, testimonials and blogs.

The Return@Capgemini Programme supports talented professionals to transition from an extended career break back into the workplace. The six month returnship programme provides meaningful experience, coaching and mentoring support, a community of others in the same situation, with the possibility of a permanent role at the end. Click here to find out more.


Capgemini Reviews

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    I have been working at Capgemini full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Being part of 2019 Future Leaders Programme has been an amazing journey for myself. I have built up my confidence and learnt how to manage the barriers that were preventing me from being the best version of myself. Who would have thought that replacing 'but' by 'yes and' would unleash an unlimited amount of creativity in every leaders' mind? This 8-month journey has also allowed me to gained a strong and long-term network of peers that I can now reach for support, for further active inclusion activities as well as for creating new opportunities within Capgemini.

    Cons

    You must be in charge of your career to grow at Capgemini. Nothing will happen without your own efforts.

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Capgemini Photos

Capgemini photo of: The Capgemini team taking part in the 2019 Palace to Palace bike ride, successfully raising £37,000 for our charity partner The Prince’s Trust.
Capgemini photo of: Capgemini UK vs Capgemini France - annual rugby match. Congrats to France for their 32-20 victory!
Capgemini photo of: Capgemini UK vs Capgemini France - annual rugby match
Capgemini photo of: Capgemini UK rugby team
Capgemini photo of: World Pride Event 2019
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Capgemini Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Capgemini (London, England).

    Interview

    online application form consisting of specific questions relating to you and your skills. They want you to select a work stream to work in upfront and then you are expected to tell them why you are well suited to that work stream. Then got online testing and then invited for phone interview. Was asked about myself entirely and not about the company. Interview was about 30 min. Have been asked to next round of interview but don't have a date yet.

    Interview Questions

    • how do you stay calm in adversity?   1 Answer
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Capgemini Awards & Accolades

  • Top 50 Employers for Women, The Times, 2013
  • India’s Ideal Employers, Universum, 2013
  • Leaders Quadrant for SAP Application Management Service Providers, Worldwide, Gartner Magic Quadrant, 2012
  • Top 25 - India's Best Companies to Work for, Business Today, 2015
  • World's Most Ethical Companies, Ethisphere Institute, 2016
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