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As a part of our ongoing commitments to our people, we're devoted to providing a working environment that promotes diversity and equal opportunity, and where there's mutual trust, respect for human rights and no discrimination.

We're very proud to be a diverse workplace and of all the fantastic work of our Diversity and Inclusion forum (a group set up to address positive change). In 2019 we set up six working groups, as part of the Diversity and Inclusion forum to ensure Admiral remains a safe, inclusive and diverse place to work.

Ethnicity
There are people from 57 different nationalities working in our UK offices.  We're committed to ensuring race or religion does not act as a barrier to entry or progression.  

There are 18 different religious or belief systems followed by colleagues at Admiral.  

Gender
We're proud to observe a near equal representation of men and women across the whole business.




Sexuality
We want everyone to be able to be themselves here.  9.35% of our colleagues identify as LGB+, 0.1% employees identify as non-binary/gender neutral and a further 0.1% identify as trans. 

Disability 
We believe that disability is not a barrier to success within the company, including progression into other roles.  Just under 3% of employees consider themselves to have a disability or long-term condition.

We have a Disability Confident Status and are currently working towards a Disability Leader Status.

Age 
At Admiral our colleagues range from 16 – 73.  We realise that at different points in your life you may need extra support. We offer paid time off for anyone over 50 for breast and prostate cancer screening, and the same for anyone who has a cervical smear test appointment at any age.

In addition to this we also have a ‘care for dependants’ policy, where you might need some longer time off to care for older members of your family.

Social Mobility
The Social Mobility work-stream aims to highlight any barriers which disadvantages staff from particular social backgrounds, to remove these barriers where possible, and provide these employees with the tools to fulfil their potential.

Also, for our entry level roles, we do not ask for any minimum educational achievement.  

Admiral is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Admiral is proud to be an equal opportunities employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, reproductive health decisions, or related medical conditions), national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, or any other legally protected status. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment. 

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Admiral colleagues sharing their career stories at the Staff General Meeting
Admiral, Where You Can

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General

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Publish date

02/05/2024

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We’re consistently recognised as a Great Place to Work, and we’re incredibly proud to know that our people love working here, but why is this?  Well, we believe it comes down to our colleague

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Admiral is a place Where You Can. Where You Can Be You, Grow & Progress, Make A Difference, and Share In Our Future. Our commitment to our people is the key to our track record, especially of being consistently recognised as a Great Place to Work.

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Claims

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Publish date

25/04/2024

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25 years. That’s how long Darren, Operations Manager in Accidental Damage and Loss (ADL), has been working at Admiral in our Claims department, the biggest function in the business.  25 years! Now th

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Karen Harris

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