At Serica we fly the pride flag permanently and embrace diversity and inclusion, encouraging a culture where we can all be comfortable and proud to bring our true selves to work.  We want to attract and retain the best staff we can so have been focussing on our D&I initiatives, listening to staff, offering flexible working practices, and allowing our sustainable journey to be a part of everyday life at Serica.

Our four ESG Hub groups are staff led and comprise a Charities Committee, Education Committee, Diversity & Inclusion Committee and our Emissions Reduction Group.  All of these four hubs help to engage the workforce and the wider community, whether it be fundraising, working with educational institutions on mentoring and training or driving emission reduction initiatives from every corner of our organisation.  We are part of the energy transition and every person working for Serica has a role to play in that.

Serica has built a strong local connection with CLAN Cancer Care, most recently sponsoring their ‘Power to Help’ outreach media campaign

We supported CLAN Cancer’s ‘Light the North’ trail, sponsoring a design called ‘All Welcome' to reflect our commitment to diversity and inclusion

Serica respects the challenges of the offshore working environment and in response to staff consultation we instigated a new offshore rota as of January 2021

We make a big effort to give where we can make a real difference, so when Abernecessities put out an urgent pre-winter call for childrens clothing we responded quickly

We reached out to members of staff involved in childrens sports and asked what would help their teams to flourish. Equipment was supplied, to the delight of budding football and rugby players

Working life can be challenging and as part of our early commitment to team wellbeing Serica has already trained Mental Health First Aiders and displayed awareness posters to ensure staff know there is always someone to turn to

We are finally able to get sleeves rolled up and help our local communities. A recent Aberdeenshire beach clean got staff and families together

Throughout the year we encourage various exercise competitions leading to fundraising activities

As well as engaging staff and their families, our 2021 summer competition extended to school age children UK-wide, tasking them with telling adults how we should be dealing with environmental issues, using the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals for inspiration. We had over 100 entries and you can view the best of those in our gallery

Our 2021 ESG Report

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Serica Supports

Trussell TrustClanAber NecessitiesPIP Community Food InitiativesPiper Alpha Memorial GardenNorth Paddington Foodbank

Careers at Serica

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