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Barclays is a transatlantic consumer, corporate and investment bank offering products and services across personal, corporate and investment banking, credit cards and wealth management, with a strong presence in our two home markets of the UK and the US.
With over 325 years of history and expertise in banking, Barclays operates in over 40 countries and employs approximately 130,000 people. Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and clients worldwide.
Barclays has undertaken a fundamental review of how our business operates. We have looked at the bank in terms of business performance and in terms of culture because we know that only a business driven by strong values can deliver strong, sustainable returns.
How we defined these
In January, as part of the Transform Programme, we announced our newly defined Purpose and Values across Barclays globally. These are fundamental to Barclays long-term success and represent the set of standards under which all of us at Barclays will work, and against which the performance of every employee will be assessed and rewarded.
Our common purpose is to help people achieve their ambitions – in the right way. We’ll measure and reward our people, not just on commercial results, but on how they live our Values and bring them to life every day. And we’ll judge our ‘Go-To’ success on a balanced scorecard of impact.
The Barclays Code of Conduct outlines the Values and Behaviours which govern our way of working across our business globally. It constitutes a reference point covering all aspects of colleagues’ working relationships, specifically (but not exclusively) with other Barclays employees, customers and clients, governments and regulators, business partners, suppliers, competitors and the broader community.
The objective is to define the way we think, work and act at Barclays to ensure we deliver against our Purpose of helping people to achieve their ambitions – in the right way.
The Barclays Way is aligned to the Code of Professional Conduct, published by the Chartered Banker Professional Standards Board, which sets out the ethical and professional attitudes and behaviours expected of bankers. Barclays subscribes to this code and is committed to embedding its broad principles into our business.
Creating opportunities to Rise
Win: The gender network is committed to supporting women throughout their career at Barclays. With a dedicated presence in India, colleagues can join Win to benefit from mentoring, seminars and networking opportunities. Win is dedicated to increase representation and decrease turnover of women at all levels in the organisation and has the highest membership of all Barclays networks globally.
Working families’ network: This network of working parents and carers is focused on making Barclays the employer of choice for working families by providing a supportive network for Barclays colleagues who are parents, parents-to-be or carers, and to help with the challenges of balancing family, life and work.
Barclays also offers a range of other diversity networks including LGBT, disability and mental health, multi generational and multicultural networks available to colleagues globally. To learn more about our D&I initiatives please click here
HeForShe Global Impact Champion: HeForShe is a United Nations' global campaign to engage one billion men in the advancement of women’s rights. Barclays in partnership with the UN are calling on male colleagues to become active participants in the HeForShe campaign and the Win gender network.
Barclays’ Encore! Programme: Barclays India Encore! is a programme designed for individuals who have taken a career break and now wish to re-enter the workforce. The programme will provide development training as well as a paid 12-week fellowship matched to the candidate’s capabilities, experience and talent. After successfully completing the programme, participants will have the opportunity to apply for a permanent position with Barclays in India.
Sponsorship programme: High potential women leaders are provided an internal sponsor who actively promotes, advocates and supports the career aspiration of the person being sponsored
Dynamic working: This is helping Barclays colleagues around the world integrate work and life more effectively. Anyone can request it, giving colleagues the opportunity to define how they balance their work-life. Dynamic working is the next evolution of flexible working. Our colleagues could also opt for other types of dynamic working - taking time out to volunteer, working from a remote location within the country of employment or working with the line manager to agree on a work pattern that works best for the role and role holder.
Now is a great time to join Barclays as we continue on our journey to define the industry and become the ‘Go-To’ bank.
Barclays is setting the pace of change in global financial services. We are pioneering new services, shaping new markets and setting new standards across the world. For you this means constant challenges and opportunities. It also means joining a global community with many different skills and diverse perspectives, united by a common purpose and shared values.
Employee benefits include performance incentives, private healthcare, flexible working and structured opportunities for personal and professional development. Barclays also offers tax-free share schemes, childcare vouchers and plus many more. Take a look below at our range of benefits.
The Barclays Global Alumni Programme
At Barclays, we are bound together by our purpose and values, and the need to belong to a larger social network and to place relationships at the centre of business. We value relationships and want our former colleagues to remain connected wherever they go.
Are you a former colleague of Barclays. If so, we invite you to join the Barclays Global Alumni Programme. As we like to say "once a colleague, always a colleague".
The Barclays Global Alumni Programme is an easy way for individuals to stay connected to Barclays and to other alumni. Our colleagues are high performers and have achieved, and continue to achieve, complex, amazing things. Barclays will always want to hear from individuals who have gained new skills, knowledge and experiences, and who are keen to share these.
Our aim is to build a thriving, networked community of Alumni around the world. In return, you will enjoy benefits such as access to Alumni updates with company news, Alumni stories, career opportunities and alerts about roles we think would be a good fit for you, plus exclusive member benefits.
We invite you to join the Barclays Global Alumni Programme. As we like to say "once a colleague, always a colleague".
At Barclays India, you’ll find internships for students in the penultimate year of their course and full-time roles for those in the final year across a number of business and functional areas.
As a graduate or intern here, you’ll do more than just experience our momentum – you’ll keep it going. Respected and valued, you’ll bring your own perspective to our challenges. And our support and training will equip you to make an ever-larger contribution to work that shapes tomorrow for customers, clients, our business and your career.
No matter which part of Barclays you join, you’ll gain skills, develop strong networks, be challenged and build a solid foundation for wherever your career journey takes you.
I have been working at Barclays full-time
Work life balance
Good work culture in the group
Growth opportunities are not encouraging.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Barclays (Pune) in June 2016.
I was contacted by hiring manager on business oriented social networking site. And the interview was scheduled by HR after applying it online. The process took 3 weeks, which include 3 technical round. Interview was based on your resume and situation based problems. After the final round, HR didn't provide any kind of feedback.