Equality, diversity and inclusion
Our people are what makes Mace the business it is today.
Creating a truly diverse and inclusive workforce is at the top of our agenda, because respecting and appreciating individuality allows people to unlock their potential and be their best.
Our commitment is guided by our values. Creating opportunities for all our people to excel and using our integrity to always do the right thing, supports us to be the best we can be.
We welcome everyone who shares the Mace values, regardless of background, culture, disability, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation. And we’re committed to supporting veterans, reservists and our cadet force volunteers as we welcome our ex-military community.
From Africa to Australia, UK to India, America to the Middle East, a deep-rooted culture of respect through every corner of the business encourages great minds to come together.
Drawing on a broad range of backgrounds, perspectives, experience and expertise to challenge convention is our strength. It’s the reason why we continue to grow and it’s the secret to how we’ve built some of the world’s most renowned buildings.
We’re on a journey with a clear goal in sight - for Mace and for our wider sector - and we’re proud of how far we’ve come.
In recent years we have worked hard to create a safe and welcoming environment for all our employees. We’ve raised awareness of the benefits of having a gender balanced workforce and tackled barriers relating to racial equality, ethnic diversity, disability, and LGBT+.
Our employee networks, such as Women at Mace, Pride at Mace, Parents at Mace, Ethnic Diversity and Inclusion, Enabled at Mace and Mace Military are transforming the way we work through shared experiences - creating awareness, knowledge, and education.
By making improvements every day, we’re stamping out discrimination wherever we find it - building a more inclusive environment for all.
Our use of pronouns in email signatures
To create an inclusive environment for all colleagues we encourage Mace people to share how they like to be referred to when communicating in their emails.