Introducing Marc

As Chief Executive of Genesis, Marc is responsible for the leadership, strategic direction and management of the company. He is leading Genesis’s transformation from gen-tailer to energy management provider. Marc’s ambition for Genesis is to change the way consumers engage with energy. Achieving this means creating a workplace culture that enables inclusion and equal opportunities for all.

“Genesis is very proud of the fact that our Board has achieved gender parity and that 40 per cent of our senior leaders are women. D&I activities are actively integrated into life at Genesis. We’ve launched mental wellbeing and resilience programmes, new flexi-working and parental leave benefits and our Mind the Gap gender pay parity policy across the past 18 months. Through our partnership with Tupu Toa, we’re supporting next-gen Maori and Pasifika talent build corporate workplace experience,” says Marc. 

“We’re doing this because we need the experience and insights of the best and brightest people to innovate and develop great customer solutions. Our ability to maximise the diversity and talents of all our people is key to our commercial success. Our intellectual capital needs to be as diverse as the communities where we live and work.”

Insights from Marc England

Stuff: Balance is not just better for women

Diversity of thinking increases company productivity, innovation, staff engagement and retention.

Marc England

Reimagining Diversity at Genesis

Three out of eight of Genesis Energy’s executive leadership team are women but CEO and...

About Genesis Energy 

Genesis Energy has a Board-endorsed vision, strategy and three-year road map for diversity and inclusion. The Company is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace where all individuals are valued, respected, treated fairly and with dignity.

Genesis Energy believes that workplace diversity principles should be integrated into all aspects of the Company’s business. Within Genesis Energy some business units focus on increasing the number of women to broaden perspectives and enhance the culture, whilst other business units see greater strategic value in increasing the ethnic diversity within customer-facing roles.

The promotion of equal employment opportunities for all will be an essential part of the Genesis Energy recruitment and selection processes. It will be incorporated in the Company’s development and talent management approaches, and remuneration practices.

Genesis Energy believes that enhanced customer service, communication and product innovation can best be achieved through a workforce that appreciates and reflects the diversity of its customer base.

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