Steven Eagell Group renews membership with Automotive 30% Club

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Steven Eagell Group has renewed its Silver membership with the Automotive 30% Club.

Since becoming a member in 2021, changes have been made at Steven Eagell Group to improve the gender balance. This includes updating recruitment processes to attract and retain more female talent, recruitment videos featuring female employees.

Female employees from Steven Eagell Group took part in initiatives and campaigns organised by the Automotive 30% Club to promote the automotive industry as being ‘open to all’.

Steven Eagell, CEO, Steven Eagell Group, said: “We wholeheartedly believe that supporting the Automotive 30% Club in its aim to create an inclusive culture that allows our colleagues to thrive will make us a better employer and a more innovative and successful business, while improving the purchasing journey for our customers.

“We have already achieved great success since joining the Automotive 30% Club, from increasing the percentage of female employees working across our business, to witnessing a significant improvement in our net promoter score from our Employee Engagement Surveys.

“We’re committed to continuing to work towards creating a business that attracts, retains and nurtures the top female talent in the industry, while supporting each and every one of our colleagues to reach their full potential.”

The Automotive 30% Club is a network of over 70 automotive CEOs and MDs. The Club was founded by Julia Muir in 2016 and aims to improve the gender balance and diversity in the sector.

Julia Muir, Automotive 30% Club Founder said: “I’m delighted that Steven Eagell has renewed his Silver membership of the Automotive 30% Club, and that his team are taking action to ensure women will be welcome and will thrive in the organisation.

“We need inclusive gender-balanced businesses to best serve our diverse gender-balanced customer base, and it is essential that we don’t exclude any female talent pools as we seek to recruit, upskill and reskill to meet the needs of the industry transformation taking place up to 2030 and beyond.”

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