Europe’s leading media and entertainment company Sky has ranked number one for the first time ever on The Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers List 2019/2020. Serving 23 million customers across six countries, our 32,000 employees help connect customers with the very best of sports, news, the arts and our own award-winning, original content.
Sky technology, including Sky Glass, Sky Q, NOW and much more, allows customers to watch what they want, when they want, how they want, and connects millions of families to content they love.
We are a leading voice in tackling big global issues. We were the first media company in the world to go carbon neutral in 2006. Now we’re taking it a step further: we’re going net zero carbon by 2030.
Sky is also a proud employer – signed up to disability confident and a Race at Work signatory, as well as being recognised by The Times, Stonewall and now as the UK’s most Inclusive Employer.
Interesting work. Proper responsibility. Genuine connections. At Sky, you can count on an action-packed learning experience. As well as skills and training, our graduate and internship programmes gives you the support and freedom to grow into a great future leader.
Why an award specifically for black heritage students
We celebrate diversity. No matter how inclusive we think we are at Sky, we can always do more, and we can always be better. Because different people with different perspectives make Sky a better business. Our customers are incredibly diverse, so we should be, too. We want you to fully embrace being yourself. Whoever you are. Wherever you’re from.
That’s why we’re committed to a target of ‘20 and 5, by 2025’. 20% Black, Asian and Minority ethnic representation and 5% black representation.