Our employee networks are inclusive groups, representing diverse elements such as gender, culture, life stage and sexual orientation. In 2017, we sponsored 43 employee networks globally, with more than 17,000 members.
All Bar None networks
UBS women's networks around the globe are open to all employees. They provide networking, mentoring and leadership opportunities that encourage professional and personal development.
UBS family networks aim to make resources available to employees to improve their well being and the well being of their families. By families we mean parents, step-parents, children, siblings, partners, careers or any other family roles.
The pride networks built a platform for employees who are interested in creating and sustaining an LGBT friendly environment where people are comfortable being open and honest about their sexual orientation, gender expression or gender identity.
Employees interested in any area of disability awareness, may wish to join the disAbility awareness network, which was established with the aim of attracting and harnessing the talents of people with dis-abilities.
With the goal of building a more mentally healthy workplace, Headscape provides a directory of resources, ideas, information and useful links aimed at providing support for anyone who might need it. In partnership with the network, UBS has joined the “This is Me” campaign. The UBS 'This is Me' film was shown for the first time at the launch of Mental Health Awareness Week 2017.
Multi-cultural and Ethnicity networks
Across all regions where UBS is active, we have a combination of multi-cultural and BAME Employee Networks. These networks appeal to employees of different heritages who are interested in growing professionally through training and development, career management and networking opportunities.
Launched in 2018, MOSAIC UK is our newest network, with the mission of enhancing the career experience of employees from diverse ethnic backgrounds by engaging them in shaping an inclusive organization. MOSAIC aims to be a voice for BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) employees, a resource for UBS to provide BAME insights and support career progression. The UK Employee Networks have a UK Executive Committee senior sponsor.
Our veterans networks in the UK and the US aim to provide our company with experienced leaders who will enhance the organization's performance via recruiting, networking, community service and focused professional development.