At Flutter, we’re committed to growing talent from within the Group and ensuring that we support our people to be their very best.
We don’t just support our people. We empower them.
Working at Flutter means working with a growing portfolio of market leading brands all over the world.
It means always exploring new spaces, markets and opportunities and using our creativity and passion to always go bigger, bolder and better.
Our promise to our people
Our people are at the heart of everything we do
We want you to work your way and give you the choice and space you need to make it happen.
We don’t believe in sitting still – our industry leading development plans can help you travel the world, experience different working environments and responsibilities and find the perfect role.
There is no typical Flutter employee, and that is exactly the way we want it. If you try to bring your A-game every day, we’ll make sure you are always supported, listened to and empowered.
Enabling fully flexible working
However you work best, we want to facilitate it.
Regardless of your working location, it is our job to make sure you have the tools and support you need to support you to be the best you can be. Our offices are set up for hybrid working and designed to put health and wellbeing at the heart of each working day.
Progress in 2021
our first global Diversity Equity & Inclusion strategy
In UK&I and Group functions, we have a development fund of
per employee to support continued career development
Prioritising learning and development
Trying new things. Taking chances. Challenging ourselves. Supporting each other. These things are in our DNA at Flutter. They helped us become a global leader in sports betting and gaming and we want to make sure our people have every opportunity possible to do the same.
Our programmes are tailored with everyone in mind, to ensure that our workplace is a place where everyone feels they belong. A place where people get the chance to try new things and build a rewarding career with Flutter. We love ambition and drive. Nothing is out of the picture, including online training, practical development opportunities such as job swings to other roles and part-time sabbaticals.
Our Global Advocacy Programme
In 2022 we launched our Global Advocacy Programme, an initiative led by members of our Executive Committee and supported by colleague co-leads, to champion different diversity groups and amplify their voices on a global scale, driving forward the Group’s DE&I strategy, which is a core tenet of Flutter’s global Positive Impact Plan.
Our advocates will focus on four global workstreams, where we believe we can make a collective impact and strive for positive change in the experiences of marginalised groups across Flutter.
Amy Howe, CEO, FanDuel
Amy Howe joined FanDuel as President in February 2021 before becoming CEO later that year.
- As part of our Positive Impact Plan, we have set a target of 40% of top leadership roles to be held by women by the end of 2026.
- Amy will bring focus to this critical priority and will use her role to better understand the challenges women face at all levels of the organisation.
Pádraig Ó Riordáin, Chief Legal Officer, Flutter
Páidraig Ó Riordáin has been with Flutter in various roles since 2000, including as a Board member for nine years.
- We’re committed to creating a truly diverse and inclusive workplace to support all of our colleagues.
- Páidraig is committed to using his position as a force for good, being an ally for our colleagues across the world and driving positive change.
Barni Evans, CEO, Sportsbet
Barni Evans joined Flutter two decades ago and has held high-profile positions throughout the business.
- We’re committed to playing a proactive role to remove barriers and create better experiences at work, where people feel safe and empowered to express themselves.
- With a focus on sharing learnings on global LGBTQIA+ issues, Barni aims to create a more informed and inclusive environment for everyone.
Paul Cutter, Chief Information Officer, Flutter
Paul Cutter joined over a decade ago and has worked across Flutter in various roles, before becoming the Group Chief Information Officer.
- We want to help break down barriers at Flutter, so everyone has the same experience at work and all colleagues feel they belong.
- Paul aims to identify the actions we need to take that will make the biggest difference for everyone, addressing challenges and giving people a voice to help us drive a better future at Flutter.
We’re committed to a regular programme of listening, learning, advocacy & action to drive Flutter’s wider DE&I agenda.
Senior Director, Strategy, FanDuel
“I’m passionate about creating an environment that is inclusive of race, nationality, ethnicity and faith to allow all of our people to thrive and bring their best to work, so together we can unlock an even brighter future for Flutter.”
Technology Change Programme Director, Flutter
“As an out gay woman I personally know the barriers that I and many in the LGBTQIA+ community face in the workplace and beyond. I hope the advocacy programme will deliver tangible change, enabling all of us within the community to come to work to do what we do best, knowing we’re seen and heard.”
Talent Director, PokerStars & Betfair International
“I am keenly aware of the obstacles that exist for people with disabilities in accessing many services and employment. I believe that eliminating physical and organisational barriers to create an environment that is accessible to all will ensure that we have access to the widest possible talent pool, which ultimately enables us to succeed as a business.”
GM, Technology Platforms, Sportsbet
“As a single parent of two exceptionally talented daughters, I’m committed to creating an environment where they feel empowered, confident and supported to achieve their career ambitions. It’s a privilege to have the opportunity to work with Amy to drive positive change. My ambition is to enable change for the greatest impact, identifying scalable opportunities that will have lasting and sustained benefit for everyone at Flutter.”
Our Luminary Programme
At Flutter, we’re aware that the gaming industry is lacking in diversity. This is why we have taken action across the business to address this and further reflect the diversity of the customers we serve. Our Luminary Programme, which is sponsored by our Executive Leadership and Board, is a demonstration of our commitment to creating more opportunities at senior leadership level for our divisions to embrace diversification of skill, behaviours, background and thought.
The 18-month rotational programme comprises two nine-month rotations, with each rotation taking place in a different company within Flutter. There are three clear components of this programme: Diversifying skill, thought and background; A clear strategy for improving our succession planning agenda; Capability mapping across our organisation towards the skills for the future.
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