We live in a fast-paced world where access to information and demographic shifts are driving change more rapidly than ever before.
Edrington has a multigenerational workforce, with millennials for the first time making up the largest generational group in Edrington. Our business model and our brands resonate well with them, and Edrington continues to see low employee turnover and high engagement across the world. Our culture sets us apart and is making Edrington an employer of choice in our industry.
Almost 50% of our people have been with us for more than five years, giving us a good balance between external perspectives and retained expertise. Our rewards and benefits strategy is continuing to evolve to meet the changing needs of our people, providing transparency, consistency and fairness across our global community.
We remain committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment, and in the coming year, we will be focusing on an action plan that accelerates the progress we have been making in gender diversity, as well as developing new programmes on mental health and wellbeing.
While different generations have different motivations, access to continuous learning and development is a consistent factor in attracting and retaining talented people. Skill requirements are changing, so our learning and development strategy is creating a continuous loop where people can learn and refresh their skills regularly.