Here at dunnhumby, we are proud of our Early Careers programmes, which provide annual opportunities to both graduates and undergraduates via our Internship and Future Leaders Graduate Programme. These programmes allow them our participants to experience the cutting-edge data science we use to generate brand new & fresh insights for the retail sector. We have openings each year within both our Technology & Science and Commercial teams and one of our current graduates, Navleen shares her experience of completing her Internship and explains why she was so excited about securing a place on our graduate programme and coming back to dunnhumby.
In Partnership with Women Returners and after a successful launch event, we are now delighted to open applications for our Returners Programme. This programme aims at re-introducing talented mid-to-senior level individuals back into the workplace after an extended break of two or more years. We have roles available in our Data Science and Software Engineering teams.
This April, working in partnership with Women Returners, we will be launching the dunnhumby Returners Programme aimed at re-introducing talented mid-to-senior level individuals back into the workplace after an extended break of 2 or more years. You can learn more about this opportunity at our virtual launch event which is aimed at anyone who is keen to learn more about dunnhumby, what we do and the placements we have available in our Data Science and Software Engineering teams.
Learn more about how we are proactively taking steps to get the right gender balance across our global workforce. Our CPO, Denise Sefton, shares her views on a wide range of topics including the Gender Pay gap, Shared Parental Leave and our Parents and Carers Network.
In 2019 we were proud to launch dhOne, our multicultural network which aims to bring to life dunnhumby's Multicultural Diversity
Learn about one of the recent changes we have introduced at dunnhumby to reach a more diverse group of talent from our Chief People Officer, Denise Sefton. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMRWS
Learn about the importance of maintaining technical skills in leadership positions and the skills needed for managing others. We share highlights from our recent meetup event with @WomeninDataUK http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMBy6
One in four of us have suffered or will suffer from mental ill health at some point in our lifetime, yet many are reluctant to talk about it. At dunnhumby we want to encourage a culture where people feel comfortable to speak out and share how they feel, and to provide practical means of support. Which is why we're very excited to introduce dh Thrive – our employee-led, business-supported movement focussing on the mental health and emotional wellbeing of people at dunnhumby. Launching across our UK &amp; Ireland offices in May, we’re then aiming to build on the initial launch and roll out across our global offices in the future. Read here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM90I
Earlier this month we were proud to attend the Diversity in Grocery event as a major sponsor, alongside Tesco, Mondelez International, Coca Cola European Partners, Accenture UK, P&amp;G and many more. We hosted a speed networking session on building a Diversity &amp; Inclusion strategy sharing what we learned from year one. We’ve designed a handy D&amp;I toolkit, outlining 10 practical actions to help shape the strategy in your organisation. Download a copy here -&gt; http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMX5T
Celebrating International Women’s day across our dunnhumby offices. It has been an inspiring week of talks, events and activities, raising awareness to help build a more gender-balanced world. #IWD2019 #Balanceforbetter #bethechange