DIversity, inclusion and belonging

A place to be you

Pride in London 2019

Building a business of belonging means developing a place where employees can be who they are, become what they want and be a part of something bigger.

As a Facilities Management provider, ISS are the people that make places; providing the cleaning, catering, technologies and maintenance that build better workplaces and let people prosper. We’re dedicated to creating a places that are safe, diverse and inclusive – where all identities and talents can flourish. We work with some of the biggest brands and organisations, so whether joining placemakers on the frontline or enabling our success through sales and strategy, there’s a place for you, your skills and your passions.

Employee networks

Thanks to our employee networks, likeminded ISS employees have open forums where they can engage on the topics and changes that make ISS a truly inclusive employer.

Already, our teams are driving progressive new initiatives on:

Cultures, Races and Ethnicities,
Gender Balance
Generations and Age



Pride is a celebration of individuals, identities and inclusion – values we at ISS share and believe in. The Pride video below is part of our ‘I Belong’ series, exploring the conversations around our employee networks and insights from our UK and Ireland (UK&I) leadership team.

If you’d like to know more about our approach to diversity, inclusion and belonging please email Pride@uk.issworld.com or to search for current roles or find out more, click the links below.


I Belong Video Series

Pride 2022

What does pride mean to ISS - and how are we driving the changes that make us the business of belonging? In this video Dani Lodge, our Head of Commercial Legal, joins our UK&I leadership team for a celebration of Pride, exploring our successes in Diversity & Inclusion, the people behind our Pride initiative, and where our future opportunities lie. 

I would love us to
be the company of belonging; the company where everybody can come to work everyday and feel that they can be their true selves.

Sandy Lucas, People & Culture Director - ISS UK&I