At a glance
Santander constantly seeks to strengthen its commitment to become more inclusive, and hire more diverse candidates into their early careers programme. They engaged with AMS’s Talent Advisory team to develop a brand and attraction solution which meets their criteria.
As a global financial institution dedicated to empowering and educating students around the world, Santander places tremendous value in creating an inclusive socially mobile workplace of diverse perspectives.
The well-established Santander Early Careers programme saw an opportunity to evolve their programme to stand apart competitively among their early careers job seekers.
With an eye towards improving their social mobility index ranking, they also wanted to alleviate bias and share the authentic stories of their own diverse employees. What is the Social Mobility Index? Now in its 4th year, The Employer Index has become the leading authority on employer best practice in the field of social mobility. The Index is an important bench-marking initiative that ranks Britain’s employers for the first time on the actions they are taking to ensure they are open to accessing and progressing talent from all backgrounds and showcases progress towards improving social mobility.