Admiral named Best Workplace for Women

Welsh employer, Admiral has been recognised as one of the Best Workplaces for Women in the UK.

The company was named the 3rd best large workplace (500+ employees) in the UK by the Great Place to Work ® Institute in its inaugural list of best workplaces for women.   

Having been named the 7th best workplace in the UK by the Great Place to Work ® Institute in April 2018, Admiral met the eligibility criteria for the best workplaces for women list. It was awarded 3rd place based on a 1,000 word statement detailing its policies and practices around women.

Admiral UK CEO, Cristina Nestares, said, “We are so proud of this recognition. 2018 is the first time the Great Place to Work ® Institute has compiled a list of best workplaces for women in the UK so it’s great to be one of the first organisations to be recognised. I’d like to thank all our amazing staff for making Admiral a great place to work for everyone.”

With 3 female Board members, including its Chairman, Admiral has the 11th “most female” Board of the FTSE 100 and more than a third of its senior management group are women, including its UK CEO and the CEO of It is committed to providing equal opportunities, eliminating discrimination and encouraging diversity amongst all its workforce and continues to work hard to achieve this.

Admiral currently employs 10,000 members of staff in eight different countries across the world, employing more than 7,000 people in Cardiff, Swansea and Newport alone.