How we’re creating a more inclusive workplace and reducing our impact on the environment.
An iwocan approach to
We’ve approached our commitments the same way we do business.
We’ve set measurable targets and built-in rigorous tracking for our initiatives across every level of iwoca - from employees to board members.
We talk openly about what we’re doing, and where we need to improve, using plain English and share those results internally and externally.
We’re all human here - we’ve created taskforces for each of our commitments and routinely collect feedback on how we’re doing from iwocans.
Reducing our emissions by at least 88% by 2030
In 2022 we made our Net Zero commitment and started working with KeyESG to measure our baseline CO2 emissions and Carbon Footprint to help us set and reach our reduction targets.
In 2022, iwoca produced 1263 tonnes tCO2e across scope 1,2 and 3 - which was offset, in full, through our work with Carbon Footprint to achieve carbon neutrality.
Taking a data backed approach
to Diversity and Inclusion
We’ve tracked our key Diversity and Inclusion metrics since 2019 and set up our D&I taskforce dedicated to improving them. We’re proud to say year-on-year we’ve improved our scores by consistently evolving our processes and listening to feedback from iwocans.
Frequently asked questions
We’re committed to reducing our organisational scope 1, 2 & 3 emissions by 88% by 2030.
We’re also committed to reducing our organisational scope 1, 2 & 3 emissions by 97% by 2050 and offset the remaining 3% of its emissions in 2050.
All organisations with more than 250 employees are required to report their ‘Gender Pay Gap’. We employed more than 250 employees on 5th April 2022, this is the third year in which we are publishing our data.
On 5th April 2022, we had 284 employees based in the UK of which 73% were Male and 27% Female. Here are our results:
This means that women typically earn 74p for every £1 that men earn when comparing median hourly pay and 84p for every £1 when comparing mean hourly pay.
It is important to note that the Gender Pay Gap does not measure equal pay, which relates to what women and men are paid for the same or similar jobs or work of equal value. Women and men are paid equally at iwoca for performing the same roles.