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Reach

Reach is the UK's leading commercial national and regional news publisher, and our award-winning journalism is relied on by millions of people for news, entertainment and sport. Our national, regional, local and hyperlocal portfolio of news brands serve their communities as prominent champions, campaigners and change makers. This core purpose is a source of pride and is celebrated across the organisation. 

Our 9 National and 110+ regional news brands and 70+ online brands reach 47.9 million people a month.

Our Inclusion Vision 

Diversity and inclusion are key issues in our industry and ones we are determined to make a difference on. This year we acted on the recommendation from our colleagues to establish a new role of Head of D&I, creating a more robust D&I function in the business. Our aim is to ensure that everyone at Reach can connect with each other, respect each other and thrive in an inclusive environment.

Our Inclusion Reporting

We believe that it's essential to be open and transparent about the work we're doing to improve in this area, and to demonstrate steady progress. This is why we'll be publishing regular Inclusion Spotlights on our homepage, including an Annual Inclusion Report to be published in 2022. You can see our first Spotlight Report here.

Rewards and benefits

We offer an enhanced range of fixed and flexible benefits to all our people. As well as providing traditional benefits, such as the opportunity to join a defined contribution pension scheme, life assurance and sickness benefits, we also provide an employee assistance programme for staff. In addition, we offer childcare vouchers, a bike to work scheme, extra holiday purchase and a variety of staff discounts and offers. 

Reach brands re all vibrant, growing companies, and include (among many, many others):

WalesOnline - growing rapidly, and looking for new talent. And here is their Cardiff team

BirminghamLive also have a new diverse team

StokeonTrentLive have a dynamic and growing team

HampshireLive, KentLive and SussexLive are all currently looking for reporters to cover their coastal regions.