Our gender pay gap report is published
Transport is vital in connecting communities to jobs, education and leisure, while also supporting economic growth and personal mobility. Arriva is one of the UK’s largest bus operators and provides almost a quarter of all rail passenger journeys.
What we do matters, but how we do it matters more. That’s why the make-up of our workforce is so important: we strive to make sure our people represent our diverse society and customer base and we value their ideas and contributions.
We have the ambition to become the mobility partner of choice, preferred by our passengers, partners and clients.
Having a diverse, talented and motivated workforce is key to achieving that ambition.
If you would like to read the Arriva UK 2017 gender pay gap report, please click here.
Published : Thu 15th Sep. 2016 - Thu 20th Oct. 2016
The new buses were initially delivered from Wrightbus in Northern Ireland to Arriva’s North London Edmonton garage, where they were checked and prepared for going into service.
We will have a much larger presence in the parade this year, with the introduction of our Platinum Payroll Giving bus HV64 to accompany RMC 1464.
The new contract has seen the introduction of twenty-two new Euro 6 compliant Wrightbus StreetLite single-deck buses, the first to be introduced to Arriva London’s fleet.
Momentum held the Family Fun Day picnic and the Golden Bus Trip for around a dozen families that it supports, who have children currently undergoing cancer treatment or who are in remission.
Arriva London paints a bus Platinum to celebrate 1,000 staff giving to 160 charities every Pay day through Payroll Giving
When Arriva London started their Payroll Giving promotional program in 2014, encouraging more staff to get involved with giving to charity through the Payroll Giving scheme, they didn’t realise how welcoming the staff would be to the idea, and how generous the Payroll Givers would be.