CTS Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Over the last 10+ years our open and inclusive culture has been the backbone of our growth. Find out more about our DEI initiatives below.

Quite frankly, we understand the current state of our industry and we’re not proud. But in true [CTS/CloudM] style; when we don’t like what we see - we do something about it! 

We know we can’t change the world overnight, but we’ve created a long term plan owned by our people. 

Our Partnerships

CTS partner with a number of organisations and networks, who provide opportunities to engage with under-represented groups and promote our open and inclusive culture.

Wagora’s mission is to enable women to acquire and develop the digital and leadership skills of tomorrow. Wagora strives to bridge the gender gap through partnership with like-minded organisations.
Flexa's mission is simple: Bring flexible working to everyone It isn't as simple as asking every company to tick a box; they understand that flexibility means something different to everyone. They’re here to provide some clarity to help everyone find work that works for them.
myGwork is the business community for LGBT+ professionals, graduates, inclusive employers and anyone who believes in workplace equality. myGwork have created a safe space where their members can connect with inclusive employers, find jobs, mentors, professional events and news.
Learn more about our DEI Partnerships

What does DEI mean to CTS employees?


For me, DEI in a work environment means a diverse setting complete with a variety of people who have different backgrounds and experiences. It's a place where everybody feels that they are able to have a voice and contribute their creative and innovative thoughts/opinions with one another in a safe space.

Chloe Skerritt People Operation Adviser

Where I and others around me are not only acknowledged and accepted, but also valued.

t means having the knowledge and confidence, that I am *safe* coming to work in my own literal and metaphorical skin. Locs, tattoos, accents, mannerisms, colloquialisms, foreign smelly foods (within reason!), opinions, interests, expression. If I can rock all that in my office without feeling judged, and with the reciprocated respect I give to others and their own versions of the above, I know I'm included.

For me, DEI is about giving people a voice. We live in an increasingly polarized world so sharing experiences and helping people to see life through others eyes is so important to me. We want a business where people can be themselves, share their views and discuss and debate - Where everyone has their place.


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