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 : Fri 19th May. 2017 - Thu 29th Jun. 2017
Sound investment is the key to success for any business, and for Arriva London much of that success is generated by our investment in quality Engineering training.
We are extremely proud to announce that, for the second year running, through the continued generosity of our staff, we have been awarded the prestigious Charity Aids Foundation Payroll Giving Platinum Award.
We train our drivers in all aspects of customer service, and as we often hear from our passengers, our staff go above and beyond the call of duty to help, be it someone with mobility difficulties or maybe someone who is looking for directions.
If you want to transport a party of people to a special destination to help them celebrate a great occasion, you could do no better than hiring an Arriva Heritage fleet historic Routemaster.
The generosity of our staff is reflected in Arriva London receiving the prestigious Government’s Charity Aids Foundation Platinum Award last year, which means that over 20% of the staff give to charity through the company’s Payroll Giving scheme.
Arriva London supports local communities in many ways, so when asked to be involved in this project for yet another year, the decision was an easy one.