We’re a global company with a good mix of male and female staff from a broad range of countries, religions, ethnicities and lifestyles. We work hard to ensure our people are as diverse as the activities we perform.
If you have certain special requirements, or are having difficulty applying due to a disability, please let us know as soon as possible and we’ll make sure we accommodate you. Rest assured, it will not affect your application. Atos has a policy of equality both in our recruitment process, and once you’ve joined us.
Our diverse range of support groups include:
Atos Adapt: Our ability network is all about thinking differently about disability, supporting our people with physical or mental disabilities as well as carers. We are a Tier 1 Disability Confident Employer and a member of both the Business Disability Forum and PurpleSpace.
Aeon: Our multi-generational network, Aeon brings together our employees of all ages, promoting personal and professional growth. We all have varying priorities at different stages in our lives and Aeon support employees during every step of their journey with Atos.
Armed Forces Network: We support our growing numbers of ex-Armed Forces and Armed Forces Reservist employees – extra-ordinary people giving up their time or have given up their time to train and serve in military service; aligning Atos values with the Armed Forces Covenant.
Atos Aspire: Atos Aspire brings together committed women and men to get ‘gender on the agenda’ on a global scale, creating an environment where both women and men are able to fulfil their career aspirations.
Atos Pride: The Atos Pride network brings together and supports all LGBT+ employees and is open to everyone whatever their sexual orientation or gender identity. We are a Stonewall Diversity Champion and work with any employees needing support or advice.
Together Network: As part of our multi-cultural workforce, the Together Network ensures that every employee, regardless of cultural background or beliefs, can thrive and succeed at Atos, applying best practice from reports such as Race in the Workplace.