When you’ve been brewing beers and making ciders that people love for as long as we have, it’s fair to say we’re passionate about bringing enjoyment to our consumers.
That passion is our day-to-day driving force. From creating great ciders and beers to making HEINEKEN a special place to work, it’s core to everything we do.
It’s what inspires us to ensure consumers can enjoy one of our brilliant beers or ciders in one of our great British pubs. And it’s why we bring people together to enjoy themselves by putting our name to some of the best events they’ll ever experience. Just think Champions League Football, Rugby World Cup, Formula One…
Both our passion for quality and enjoyment of life go hand in hand with a respect for the world in which we work and the people we work with. We value and embrace diversity. We promote responsible alcohol consumption, make a difference to the communities we’re part of and strive to be our industry’s greenest brewer.
Brewing Good Cheer
Through our nationwide pub estate, we’re at the heart of many communities and we’re always looking for ways to make a positive impact.
Our award-winning Brewing Good Cheer campaign celebrates the role pubs play in communities in bringing people together from all walks of life. Pubs who sign-up to take part in Brewing Good Cheer link up with local charities, and put on a festive lunch for people who might otherwise be spending time on their own.
And this year, TV favourites, Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford helped us to make a lunch at the Red Lion in Shepperton even more special.
Our colleagues also play their part by volunteering at lunches local to them and helping to raise awareness of social exclusion on our doorsteps.
Gender pay Gap
The Gender Pay Report details HEINEKEN UK’s gender pay gaps. It identifies the main reasons behind them and outlines our future plans for ensuring that we’re an inclusive, diverse and engaging place to work.