One team. Working together.

One team.
Working together.

Our culture and values

  • We put our customers first

    Technology’s amazing. And we’re here to help everyone enjoy it. So, we don’t just sell products to people, we make sure they have the knowledge and confidence to get everything they can out of them. We know that our advice, our enthusiasm, our commitment to do what’s right for customers brings them joy. And it’s through this energy and determination that we’ll keep more customers for life.

  • We win together

    While there are thousands of us, in hundreds of roles and positions, we’re all united by the same love for technology and helping people enjoy it. We value our differences and the difference we make because that’s what makes us unique. When we come together amazing things happen and we win together as one.

  • We own it

    We all take charge of our future and we’re not afraid of change. It’s how we succeed. So, we find what works well and we make it work better. We share ideas to help make our customers’ lives easier and we go above and beyond to help others out. As individuals and as a business, we’re committed to learning, growing and taking responsibility for making things happen.

  • We put our customers first

    Technology’s amazing. And we’re here to help everyone enjoy it. So, we don’t just sell products to people, we make sure they have the knowledge and confidence to get everything they can out of them. We know that our advice, our enthusiasm, our commitment to do what’s right for customers brings them joy. And it’s through this energy and determination that we’ll keep more customers for life.

  • We win together

    While there are thousands of us, in hundreds of roles and positions, we’re all united by the same love for technology and helping people enjoy it. We value our differences and the difference we make because that’s what makes us unique. When we come together amazing things happen and we win together as one.

  • We own it

    We all take charge of our future and we’re not afraid of change. It’s how we succeed. So, we find what works well and we make it work better. We share ideas to help make our customers’ lives easier and we go above and beyond to help others out. As individuals and as a business, we’re committed to learning, growing and taking responsibility for making things happen.

Our colleague commitments

  • Inclusion and diversity

    At Currys, we value our differences and the difference we make. It’s what makes us the unique business we are. As thousands of colleagues with different backgrounds, experiences, ethnicities, sexualities and genders, we draw collective strength from our diversity. Amazing things happen when we come together as one team of individuals, with a shared vision, values and love for technology.

    This isn’t just something we say. Every voice has a space at our table, and we encourage colleagues to engage with important conversations about what matters to them, and learn more about diversity, to keep us moving in the right direction.

    You can get involved in celebrating diversity through regular calendar events like Black History Month, National Inclusion Week and International Women’s Day. We invest in partnerships with organisations including everywoman, Be Inspired, Stonewall, Business in the Community and the Business Disability Forum. Inclusion and diversity are also championed, shaped and driven by our Leadership Inclusion Forum, which meets regularly to discuss ways to take action and drive positive change.

  • Inclusion and diversity

    As thousands of colleagues from different backgrounds, experiences, ethnicities, sexualities and genders, our strength comes from that diversity. We’re able to achieve what we do because we’re one big team of individuals, brought together by our shared vision, values and love for technology.  

    This isn’t just something we say. Every voice has a space at our table and we encourage colleagues to engage with important conversations about what matters to them, and learn more about diversity, to keep us moving in the right direction.

    We celebrate our diversity through regular calendar events like Black History Month, National Inclusion Week and International Women’s Day. We invest in partnerships with organisations including EveryWoman, Be Inspired, Stonewall, Business in the Community and the Business Disability Forum. And throughout our business, inclusion and diversity is championed, shaped and driven by our Leadership Inclusion Forum, which meets regularly to discuss ways to take action and shape change.

  • Inclusion and diversity

    As thousands of colleagues from different backgrounds, experiences, ethnicities, sexualities and genders, our strength comes from that diversity. We’re able to achieve what we do because we’re one big team of individuals, brought together by our shared vision, values and love for technology.  

    This isn’t just something we say. Every voice has a space at our table and we encourage colleagues to engage with important conversations about what matters to them, and learn more about diversity, to keep us moving in the right direction.

    We celebrate our diversity through regular calendar events like Black History Month, National Inclusion Week and International Women’s Day. We invest in partnerships with organisations including EveryWoman, Be Inspired, Stonewall, Business in the Community and the Business Disability Forum. And throughout our business, inclusion and diversity is championed, shaped and driven by our Leadership Inclusion Forum, which meets regularly to discuss ways to take action and shape change.

  • Wellbeing

    We’re here for you, on every level. Because we’re only at our best when you are too. As well as eyecare vouchers and access to on-site gyms, there are tons of opportunities to stay fit and healthy, no matter what your interest or ability. This includes charity bike rides, walking challenges and online fitness classes.

    We’ve made huge investments in Mental Health First Aid training, skilling up 450 colleagues to become Mental Health First Aiders. And our Wellbeing Corner is full of resources and tips to stay well. The Aviva Wellbeing app is available to all Currys colleagues too, as is a 24-hour confidential helpline through our Employee Assistance programme. And because we can all use a little help to manage our money, we also offer a variety of ways to help you save – from our Cycle to Work scheme, to healthcare discounts, and childcare vouchers. 

    Another way we’re promoting wellbeing is through our new Hybrid working practices. They are designed to help teams and individuals to perform at their best across the virtual and physical worlds. As different business areas operate in different ways, it is not a one-size-fits-all approach – we flex the model to ensure everyone feels engaged and empowered to give their all.

  • Wellbeing

    We’re here for you, on every level. Because we’re only at our best when you are too. As well as eyecare vouchers and access to on-site gyms, there are tons of opportunities to stay fit and healthy, no matter what your interest or ability. This includes charity bike rides, walking challenges and online fitness classes.

    We’ve made huge investments in Mental Health First Aid training, skilling up 450 colleagues to become Mental Health First Aiders. And our Wellbeing Corner is full of resources and tips to stay well. The Aviva Wellbeing app is available to all Currys colleagues too, as is a 24-hour confidential helpline through our Employee Assistance programme. And because we can all use a little help to manage our money, we also offer a variety of ways to help you save – from our Cycle to Work scheme, to healthcare discounts, and childcare vouchers. 

  • Gender pay gap

    We know there’s work to do to fix gender pay, that’s why we welcomed the 2018 legislation that requires employers to publish their Gender Pay Gap. Our pay gap is significantly below the national average, but we want to close it even further. To help us do this, we’re reviewing and updating how we attract, recruit and develop our people through our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy. You can keep up with the progress we’re making on closing the gender pay gap on our Corporate Site

  • Gender pay gap

    We know there’s work to do to fix gender pay, that’s why we welcomed the 2018 legislation that requires employers to publish their Gender Pay Gap. Our pay gap is significantly below the national average, but we want to close it even further. To help us do this, we’re reviewing and updating how we attract, recruit and develop our people through our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy. You can keep up with the progress we’re making on closing the gender pay gap on our Corporate Site.

Social purpose and the environment

At Currys, we want everyone to be able to enjoy equal access to the benefits of technology. Because our social purpose is at the heart of what we do, we support causes that help people who might otherwise be excluded to access amazing technology too.

  • Our aim is to tackle digital poverty in the UK within the next three to five years. We have pledged £1million to The Learning Foundation’s ‘Digital Access for All’ initiative. We have also become one of three Founding Partners of a new Digital Poverty Alliance. And we’ve been working with Age UK to help older people learn digital skills.

    Being a responsible business is non-negotiable for us. We back up that commitment in all sorts of ways, from joining with partners such as the Slave-Free Alliance, to helping reduce environmental impact. In fact, we’re the UK’s biggest tech recycler. We’ll even take away and recycle our customers’ old appliances when delivering new ones.  Through our partnership with the Re-Use Network and the British Heart Foundation, we’re giving pre-used tech to low-income families. And, as one of the UK’s biggest polystyrene recyclers, we’re helping to turn packaging into home insulation.

  • Our aim is to tackle digital poverty in the UK within the next three to five years. We have pledged £1million to The Learning Foundation’s ‘Digital Access for All’ initiative. We have also become one of three Founding Partners of a new Digital Poverty Alliance. And we’ve been working with Age UK to help older people learn digital skills.

    Being a responsible business is non-negotiable for us. We back up that commitment in all sorts of ways, from joining with partners such as the Slave-Free Alliance, to helping reduce environmental impact. In fact, we’re the UK’s biggest tech recycler. We’ll even take away and recycle our customers’ old appliances when delivering new ones.  Through our partnership with the Re-Use Network and the British Heart Foundation, we’re giving pre-used tech to low-income families. And, as one of the UK’s biggest polystyrene recyclers, we’re helping to turn packaging into home insulation.

  • All this supports our commitment to being net zero carbon by 2040 (if not sooner). We already procure renewable energy for all our UK properties, we’re working with suppliers to remove unnecessary plastic from products and packaging, and the wheels are in motion to have an all-electric vehicle fleet by 2030.

  • All this supports our commitment to being net zero carbon by 2040 (if not sooner). We already procure renewable energy for all our UK properties, we’re working with suppliers to remove unnecessary plastic from products and packaging, and the wheels are in motion to have an all-electric vehicle fleet by 2030.

Being a socially responsible business is important to us too. That’s why we’re working with Age UK, our corporate partner, to help older people learn digital skills, especially through Covid-19.

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