Diversity and Inclusion at Aon

Whoever you are and whatever your background, we welcome you. We challenge discrimination based on age, disability, gender identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.

You will be valued as an individual and recognised for your skills and the contribution you can make to our organisation. Valuing diversity is not about special treatment; it's about fair treatment for all. It's about ensuring that we do not consciously or unconsciously perpetuate any form of discrimination at Aon.

Inclusive culture

We believe diversity is about creating a positive attitude towards difference as we encourage a culture where people are free to be themselves. Our culture is one of respect and open-mindedness and this in turn makes Aon a rich and diverse place to work. Our inclusive working policy provides Aon with the flexibility to make ongoing adjustments to meet the needs and requirements of our valued employees.

Global

We are a global business with clients all over the world. We believe that by valuing and supporting each individual within our organisation, this gives us a competitive edge, enabling us to seize opportunities and succeed.

Community

Aon people come from all backgrounds and communities. We capture that essence and put that message across as a way of life rather than a policy. Our respect for individuals inspires loyalty in both our colleagues and our clients, which in turn helps us to achieve our goals. Aon continues to support and give back to our local communities with events such as the annual Empower Results for Communities Day and ongoing partnerships with our Aon UK Charitable Foundation Charity Partners.

Approach

Our approach goes far beyond equal opportunities legislation. We actively encourage and embrace inclusion supported by our Diversity Council and Diversity Groups, including

  • Aon Pride Alliance (LGBT)
  • Workability - the disability and mental health network
  • Multicultural Network
  • WIN (Women's International Network)
  • Parents and Carers
  • Linking Generations