Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
We believe that a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment is collaborative, supportive, respectful, fair and promotes a feeling of belonging. It’s an environment where everyone can be their best self and deliver their best work.
Mulberry is committed to a culture and environment where all employees can thrive, irrespective of their gender identity, sexual orientation, marital and civil partnership status, parental status, race or ethnicity, religion or religious belief, political opinion, physical appearance, age or disability.
Our aim is to deliver an environment where difference is valued, and the benefits for all are recognised.
The Halo Collective
We’re proud to partner with The Halo Collective, an alliance of organisations and individuals working to create a future without hair discrimination, founded by young Black organisers from The Advocacy Academy.
By adopting their Halo Code, we stand together to assure our employees that they will never face judgement or discrimination for coming to work with natural hair and protective hairstyles associated with their racial, ethnic or cultural identities.
Mulberry is proud to be a real Living Wage employer, joining a network of businesses across the UK who voluntarily choose to pay all team members a Real Living Wage.
The Real Living Wage is a calculation made on a basket of goods and household services, based on the true cost of everyday needs and living expenses. It is the only wage rate calculated on what is actually needed to live and it is higher than the national minimum wage.
We are also committed to working with our external partners to achieve the same standards, and we have an agreed milestone in place to ensure that even workers who are not directly employed by Mulberry will receive the Living Wage.
On a global scale, we recognise the work of the Global Living Wage Coalition who are developing a living wage benchmark for many countries. We are continuously working with our supply chain to advance worker pay, recognising that we have a role to play in ensuring workers are paid a Living Wage outside of our own business.