Diversity and inclusion
We’re working to build a better future for our team, customers, communities, New Zealand and beyond.
Bring your whole self to work
Be unique. Be authentic. However you prefer to say it, we really mean it. Our culture embraces people’s diverse perspectives and creates a positive environment where everyone belongs.
At Meridian we support and value all of the different experiences and views that our people bring. Diversity and Inclusion is not about how you look, it's about how you think. Anyone can be successful at Meridian.
The differences we all bring to work help us to create a high performing environment. The way we individually think and the unique experiences we've had, help us to look at things from various perspectives and be innovative.
Together we are better
We look at diversity from the view that we're all diverse. Having a wide range of diverse people of different ages, gender, ethnicities, abilities and experiences, gives us a competitve edge in the market.
Being an inclusive culture means that we listen to and respect input from everyone who works here. We value and appreciate the uniqueness that makes us individuals. We want Meridian to be a great place to work for everyone!
We're proud to have been awarded the Rainbow Tick
We're incredibly proud to say we have been certified by Rainbow Tick as a workplace where people are free to be their authentic selves, no matter their gender identity or sexual orientation.
Gender diversity and equal pay
We’re committed to achieving pay equity for male and female employees in similarly-sized roles, with similar skills, experience and accountabilities.
Te Kete Tikanga Māori
Te Kete Tikanga Māori is an educational resource for Meridian staff and whānau to learn about Te Ao Māori (the Māori world). It focuses on basic teachings to support their day to day mahi (work).
One of the app’s key features is that it allows staff to input their own personal information to create a customised pepeha. Meridian staff will find this resource particularly helpful when leading, or being part of health and safety discussions that involve the local Māori community.