People with disabilities
We are committed to creating an environment that enables all employees to achieve their best, regardless of circumstance. Find out how people with disabilities can excel at Shell.
At Shell, we create a space in which people with disabilities can excel, from an open and transparent recruitment process to workplace adjustments and ongoing support in their various roles.
Equal Opportunities for All to Enable Successful Careers
Shell’s Diversity and Inclusion team takes great pride in actively promoting equal opportunities for disabled employees. In recent years, better processes have been established across the business to ensure this equality, often as a direct result of the work of ‘disability awareness champions like Cherrelle Williams and Andy Kneen.
At Shell, we recognise people for their talents, understanding that people with disabilities have unique strengths that we can learn from and leverage to move the company forward. We understand that innovation requires diverse perspectives and that we need different kinds of thinking to thrive as an organisation and reach our goals.
Discover more about Shell’s approach through our employee stories:
A champion of equal opportunities for all, Cherrelle shares her experiences in both recruitment and customer-focused roles.
After an intensive rehabilitation process following a road traffic accident, Andy entered the job market. Now HR Manager of Trading and Supply at Shell, he's giving back to others.
Support in Number - enABLE Employee Network
To support our employees with disabilities, we have a number of supportive internal employee networks in place, most notably the enABLE Networks. First launched in 2005 in the UK, there are now thirteen enABLE Networks across the globe.
The enABLE Network provides people with disabilities, or people whose lives have been touched by those with disabilities, an open forum to engage and share experiences. Through this open discussion, the network raises awareness and understanding of the challenges faced so that line managers and colleagues have the knowledge to support those with disabilities to thrive in the workplace. It allows employees with disabilities the opportunity to improve the work environment to make it more inclusive for all.
Should you share relevant information about your disability and/or long-term health condition when applying to an organisation?
When and how should you share relevant information about your disability and/or long-term health condition with Shell?
What is the benefit of sharing this sensitive information with Shell?
What support would be available to you in the workplace if you joined Shell (specifically related to your disability and/or long-term health condition)?
Why does Shell want people with diverse experiences, backgrounds and abilities to work for them?
More in Diversity and Inclusion
At Shell we support and enable remarkable people from every background, and strive to be a pioneer of LGBT inclusion in the workplace.
Hear from some of the women making an impact at Shell and discover how they’re developing their careers and inspiring change in the workplace.