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A disability confident company

We take accessibility seriously. This means ensuring that everybody at CGI enjoys the full range of opportunities and advantages that being a member provides.

From recruitment, through onboarding, training and development, we are committed to creating an environment that enables members with disabilities, or caring responsibilities, to flourish in their careers and contribute to the UK’s digital transformation.

With a strong peer to peer disability network, practical accessibility support and award-winning leadership commitment, we are determined that the exciting IT projects we work on benefit from your talents and insights.

of the UK’s working population is affected by disability*.
An enormous pool of talent.


of disabilities occur during people’s working lives.
We adapt to support our members.


*Resource: researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/documents/CBP-7540/CBP-7540


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Listening and learning

At CGI we go the extra mile to nurture a truly inclusive culture so you feel right at home and able to focus on your career. Our support is holistic, so members without disabilities receive training on disability issues. Our common Dream is to create an environment in which we enjoy working collaboratively together and, as owners, contribute to building a company we can be proud of.

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Diversity and inclusion

At CGI, we believe that diversity brings a greater variety of ideas, perspectives and experiences to the workplace, as well as creating a positive environment where all members have the opportunity to thrive. We actively encourage diversity in our workplace and inclusivity at work is one of our top priorities.  

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Mental Health Awareness Week Podcast with James Agombar

This Mental Health Awareness Week, CGI member James Agombar talks about his experiences with mental health and how it has impacted his life over the past 25+ years.