Culture of inclusion at Shell

At Shell, we believe passionately in the strength of a diverse and inclusive team to drive innovation and growth right across our business. We see the best ideas accelerate when people with different capabilities and backgrounds get together. The culture of inclusion throughout Shell will give you a greater sense of involvement and help you build on your experience in the energy sector.

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Life at Shell

People thrive when given the freedom to express their professional passion and demonstrate their creativity. This is something we encourage – Shell fosters a culture of respect for others in which everyone can feel confident to be themselves.

■ Flexibility – an excellent work-life balance which is sensitive to personal circumstances through formalised flexible working arrangements (e.g. remote working) and generous family-friendly policies
■ Support – connect to a global workforce with a wide range of networks such as the Experienced Professionals Network, the Shell Women’s Network and the enABLE Network for people with disabilities and more

More About Us

As one of the leading figures in the energy industry, Shell operates at a scale few can rival. We have a track record of world-class innovations, from Pearl GTL, the world’s largest gas-to-liquids plant, to Prelude FLNG, the world’s first floating liquefied natural gas platform.

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We passionately believe in creating a diverse and inclusive culture where you can thrive. Today’s talent is more diverse than ever before, because diversity and differences are seen as opportunities for innovation and enhancing Shell’s performance. We embed diversity and inclusion in our culture, e.g. through our core values of honesty, integrity and respect for people.

Shell promotes an inclusive work environment through disability disclosure. We all do best when we’re able to let colleagues around know who we really are – but many people, including some who are living with disabilities, find this hard to do.

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Ruth Leach
General Manager , Retail Engineering

It’s the people that keep me at Shell. It’s the diversity of the nationalities. It’s the open but challenging conversations. So it’s about the culture and the people – that’s what I enjoy in Shell.

Graduate Production Engineer , Graduates

I definitely feel like I am encouraged to be myself at Shell. You feel all right to be yourself. You feel okay to voice your opinions and to speak up.

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