What's it like to work at Lloyds Banking Group?

At Lloyds Banking Group we pride ourselves on creating a great environment for colleagues to work in, one which is inclusive and driven by our values. This is critical to our business success as we know that colleagues who can show up to work as themselves are those that bring their best.

As a large organisation we have a vast range of opportunities available. We offer a wealth of options for continuous personal growth in a place that embraces diversity of talent, creativity, skills and thinking.

Our values

Our values are the foundation of our culture. They underpin the work of everyone here, from the Chief Executive to frontline colleagues in our branches.

Our values

Inclusion and diversity

Inclusion is central to our business success, and we know that colleagues who can show up to work as themselves are those that can bring their best.

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Health and wellbeing

We encourage a culture of wellbeing and inclusivity, and provide a range of health and wellbeing services to meet the diverse needs of our colleagues.

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Learning and development

We prioritise personal development, whether that's through professional qualifications, leadership courses or everyday learning.

Learning at the Group

Flexible working

Everything you need to know about how we make flexibility work for our business, our teams and you.

Flexible working

What matters to us

Environmental sustainability

Enabling the transition to a low carbon economy is key to delivering on our purpose. We're committed to reducing the carbon emissions we finance to net zero by 2050 or sooner, and we're aiming to achieve net zero for our own operations by 2030.

Environmental sustainability

Social sustainability

As the UK’s largest financial services provider with more than 26 million customers in the UK, we have an important role to play in creating a more sustainable and inclusive future for people and businesses, shaping finance as a force for good.

Social sustainability

Our culture and inclusion awards

LinkedIn Top Companies UK 2023 - placed fourth
UK Company Culture Awards - 2023 winner
The Times Top 50 Employers for Gender Equality 2023
The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers 2023 (20th place)
Bloomberg Gender Equality Index 2023 member
Business Disability Forum - Disability Smart Gold 2023
WM People Top Employer Awards 2023: 
Overall top employer
Best for flexible working 
Best for older workers
FT Adviser Diversity in Finance Awards

Colleague stories

Emma Stacey

As one of the driving forces behind our health and wellbeing strategy, Emma’s role focuses on everything from facilitating our wellbeing services to defining how we support colleagues touched by cancer.

Read Emma's story

James Turner

As a Private Banking Relationship Manager who's been with the Group since 2001, James has seen a great deal of change. But what he’s most excited about is the change that’s happening right now, and what it means for his career as well as his clients.

Read James' story

Winnet Piercy

Part of our Emerging Talent team, Winnet’s role includes working on our graduate induction processes – helping to shape the initial experiences new starters have when they arrive. 

Read Winnet's story