You enjoy a challenge? You have a thirst for knowledge and a desire to be one of the best? At Capgemini, we draw on each other’s capacities and experiences, to inspire and motivate one another.
With 8500+ employees, Capgemini UK is a leader in consulting, technology and digital transformation. We’re the UK entity of a global organisation with a focus on people, a strong entrepreneurial spirit and a leader in digital transformation, committed to using our skills to help businesses and society address the impact of the digital revolution.
Boney Saju, Test Engineer from our team in the UK talks about her life at Capgemini, our culture, trust, rewarding projects and opportunities.
Hear from Ruth McCreddin on her experience of Relaunch@Capgemini, our programme supporting professionals back into the workplace and technology careers.
At Capgemini, we know that the business benefits of a diverse and inclusiveworkforce speak for themselves.
We are taking action 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 employee experience.
Our employee networks enable people to come together to share their experiences, connect and support others.
Our team members have extremely varied home lives, responsibilities and outlooks. We recognise that everyone is juggling unique demands, so at Capgemini, we are committed to supporting flexible working wherever we can. We’ve created multi-supplier flexible working principles, included work/life balance in a client partnership scorecard, and used technology to replace previous frequent f2f meetings. Our team members value the trust and empowerment to work flexibly; this step-change has truly enabled our current resilience and success.
Anahita (pictured left) comments: “To all my dear colleagues at Capgemini and beyond: have a rebellious spirit, act with ambition and compassion, dare to be creative and disruptive, care for people and the future. Step away from the existing ways of working and lead the transition from the present to the future world.”
“With this year being the 10th anniversary of the awards, we are proud to showcase exceptional talent in the technology industry,” she said. “A shortage of female role models has been cited as one of the main reasons why young women aren’t drawn to careers in technology, which is why we believe the success stories of our winners will play a vital role in encouraging change and diversity in the industry.”
"In short, it’s the people! In my 22 years with Capgemini I have worked with a huge cross section of the organisation – across roles, grades, sectors and locations."