Our responsibility for people extends beyond those directly employed by McLaren to include all those who form part of our supply chain. We aim to create a diverse environment and invest in relationships that develop the industry. We address the construction skills shortage and promote the wider UK economy through supporting the training and development of local construction trades and creating long-term employment.
As part of our commitment to honesty and transparency, we have developed a set of comprehensive policies.
These policy documents can be viewed here.
McLaren are proud of the exemplar service we offer our customers. To ensure business continuity now and in the future, we recognise the need to develop, attract and retain the best colleagues. We are only as good as our supply chain partners and therefore we aim to extend our internal training to our key suppliers and take our responsibility under the Modern Slavery Act seriously.
Our People Policy objectives are focussed around three key areas of influence:
- Ensure a safe, fair and equitable work environment for all
- Attract, develop and retain talent
- Create opportunities
Safe & Fair
To ensure a safe, fair and equitable work environment for all, we commit to:
- Creating a safe environment for our colleagues, customers and communities
- Equal opportunities in the workplace through resolute implementation of our ‘Equality and Diversity’ Policy
- Take a robust approach to slavery and human trafficking, by maintaining and improving systems and processes to prevent human rights violations related to our own operations and that of our supply chain
- Reinforce relationships with community groups, where we have pre-existing or established relationships
To attract, develop and retain talent, we commit to:
- Invest in our colleagues by providing opportunities for career development through all levels, from trainee to leadership positions
- Continue to develop our Training Academy which provides resources and training on a wide range of personal, safety and career development topics and to extend this to our supply chain
- Implement a robust Talent Management strategy to identify and develop leaders within the company
- Continuous improvement through capturing knowledge and sharing it across the business, to facilitate cross-team learning
To create opportunities, we commit to:
- Work closely with our supply chain and local training providers to support apprenticeships, trainee schemes and graduate programmes which lead to long-term employment
- Create a structured work experience programme to encourage individuals to enter the construction industry
- Provide opportunity and upskilling for previously disadvantaged groups, and support entry into the industry