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 : Wed 20th Dec. 2017 - Thu 22nd Feb. 2018
Last summer, we were delighted to be awarded the contract from TfL to operate route W4 running from Oakthorpe Park Estate to Tottenham Ferry Lane estate, operating from Wood Green garage.
As part of our commitment to developing our business, we invest heavily in training for all of our staff to offer the great customer experience. We also look at other ways in which we can develop our relationships with the communities we serve, and allow them the opportunity of learning about our processes and to meet some of the team.
Over the past few months we have been working with TfL, conducting Accessibility Awareness forums at our garages.
Doing the right thing, one of our four brand values, is what we have been doing for the last six years by encouraging all of our employees to give to their favourite charities through our Payroll Giving scheme - during this time, they have given more than £1,000,000 pounds to over 160 charities.
Going to school is something we all had to do, but going to school with a red London double-decker bus, and letting four classes from year one come on board to ask questions about the bus, is a privilege we experienced this week at Newbury Park Primary School in North East London.
Last June, Arriva London was delighted to have been re-awarded the TfL contract to run route W6 (Edmonton Green – Southgate Station) for a further five years, starting in January 2018 with brand new buses.