With approximately 10,000 employees globally and 58 different nationalities represented in our London headquarters alone, Burberry is committed to supporting diversity and equal opportunities, as well as improving employment practices and working conditions at manufacturing sites.
Burberry is focused on cultivating the best talent worldwide, building strong connections between global teams, and supporting employee health and well-being.
In 2016, Burberry was proud to be listed by LinkedIn as the 10th most sought-after employer in the United Kingdom and 29th in Europe, Middle East and Africa. 2016 also saw Burberry launch its Inspired People programme, which includes a wide-ranging set of initiatives around culture, talent, reward, responsibility and engagement.
Burberry continuously explores ways to connect teams around the world and share information in real time. Led by the senior leadership team, global internal ‘Chat Live’ video broadcasts occur each month, which includes interactive Q&A opportunities.
Exceptional employee contributions are celebrated through the annual Burberry Icon Awards, helping to foster a culture of recognition. In addition, the Long Service Awards scheme recognises the loyalty and commitment of employees who reach milestone service anniversaries with Burberry, and offers extra rewards, including additional annual leave.
Amongst a wide range of benefits, employees can enjoy access to bonus and incentive schemes, private healthcare and an ever-evolving schedule of initiatives to support their general well-being. Examples vary by region, but have included complimentary healthy lunches, group fitness classes, third-party discounts and additional holiday.