Today’s triggering of Article 50 is a significant milestone in the UK’s journey to exiting the European Union. Brexit poses complex challenges for businesses including the impact to the workforce and this got us thinking about the value of diversity in the workplace.
Here at Automation Logic, our people are what sets us apart and our inclusive culture will remain!
We are proud of our growing and internationally diverse workforce and it plays to our values that our business is made up of top talent descended from across the globe.
24.3% of our workforce are non-UK EU nationals
13.5% are non-EEA nationals
Our culture is underpinned by employees working collaboratively and using, elevating and growing their skills and experience to deliver results for our customers.
We believe in nurturing talent and creating a work environment where employees can thrive and we continue to attract the best and the brightest to join our business.
To learn more about life at Automation Logic check out our careers page and a recent blog by the graduate team who joined through the first intake of the Automation Logic Academy
We work with our clients to de-risk and accelerate their business goals realisation. Our approach is based on tailoring our services to fit your needs leveraging our portfolio of strategy, execution, innovation and service delivery offerings to help you reach your objectives
We’re always on the lookout for exceptional talent and people who share our values. Even as we continue to grow, we maintain a family environment with respect and teamwork core to our culture.
Piotr Grześkowiak has been at Automation Logic for just over five years, starting out in our DevOps Academy after graduating in Computer Science with Information Security. During those 5 years, he’s gone from an engineer in training to a well respected senior engineer, trusted by the whole company. Piotr’s been on three Central Government client […]
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