We provide essential services that impact the lives of millions of people

We want to use this platform to do the right thing, mobilising the strength of our networks and the expertise of our people.

Responsible business is integral to our company purpose, operating model and strategy. It demonstrates how we are acting as a force for good – creating better outcomes – for today, for tomorrow and for generations to come.

Responsible business strategy

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Our five-year responsible business strategy outlines our approach to addressing those issues where we can realistically have the most meaningful impact – youth unemployment, digital exclusion, gender inequality and climate change.

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“We are fortunate to live in a time when the imperative to act responsibly is increasingly keenly felt by businesses throughout the world. I very much want Capita to play a leading role in this movement, and to demonstrate that it is only through responsible commercial practice that truly better outcomes can be achieved – for today, for tomorrow and for generations to come.” Jennie Colville, Responsible Business Director at Capita plc

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Capita's supplier charter

Capita has produced its first ever ‘supplier charter’, outlining how it operates and works together with its 35,000 suppliers.

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Resources and reports

Download our reports, policies and resources relating to our corporate responsibility programmes.

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Our careers

We’re helping people unlock their value and potential, giving them access to a huge range of unique and diverse opportunities, which offer real career progression.

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Responsible business news

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Company news

Capita to pay UK employees the Real Living Wage

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Responsible business

Empowering Capita's LGBTQ+ colleagues to drive our inclusivity

(Responsibility) Celebrating International Women’s Day 2019

Our thinking

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2019


(Responsibility) Society is changing – and the world of work needs to change with it

Our thinking

In a changing society, the world of work needs to change too