Fexco People and Communities

Fexco has a proud history and culture built on the diverse nature of our employees and the communities we have served over 40 years. We also operate in over 29 countries with over 30 nationalities working across the group. Learn more about how we engage with our communities to make a positive impact on our society.

Fexco People and Communities
Fexco People and Communities
The communities we live in

The communities we live in:

For 40 years, Fexco has embraced the positive impact an organisation can make across societal, environmental and economic levels. Fexco is also deeply committed to supporting the local community through its ongoing work with local chartable, school and sporting organisations, contributing to local sports clubs, fundraising and community events. The company maintains close links to the communities in which it operates while maintaining sustainable employment in these communities. Honesty and trust are the hallmarks by which we relate to customers, suppliers, employees, government, regulators and society overall.

For our employee communities

For our employee communities:

Fexco Group is committed to creating a culture that reflects our values of innovative partnership, teamwork, integrity and trust and diversity, to help us be the best at what we do. We ensure that our policies and practices value diversity, provide equality of opportunity and ensure that all job applicants, employees, customers and business associates receive equal treatment.

We will also ensure that other policies and practices reflect our commitment to treating people fairly, promoting an integrated way of always working and respecting the dignity of employees.  By respecting, developing and harnessing the talents of all our employee communities, we commit to creating an inclusive and supportive organisation that delivers a superior experience for all our clients and customers and provides a great place to work to work for our employees.

We want our employees to have a better work life balance as well as our highly flexible working model continues to be a unique offering that is highly valued and ensures the wellbeing of all our colleagues. We are always striving to support, inspire and engage our communities to create an equitable and inclusive environment.

Here are a few examples of our ongoing programmes

Here are a few examples of our ongoing programmes:

  • Fexco employee-led initiatives: Fexco’s People’s Council and Workplace Wellbeing Committee advocate on behalf of our employees to ensure that their feedback is addressed.
  • Fexco’s LEAD Programme: a partnership development programme with the Irish Management Institute that supports the development of future leaders within Fexco.
  • Flexible working: we continue to challenge ourselves to deliver a better work life balance through our highly flexible working model, a unique offering that ensures the wellbeing of all our colleagues.
  • Fexco supports and invest in the ‘Women in Payments Network’ to support women to reach their full potential. The “Women in Payments Network” provides employees with access to invaluable peer support circles, run events on a variety of topics, provide industry insights, skills training and partner with Group HR to support and promote various HR initiatives to their members.
  • Fexco participates on the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland’s, Women in Global Organisations Peer-Learning Mentoring Programme.
  • Fexco is a member of the 30% Club which is a global campaign led by Chairs and CEOs taking action to increase gender diversity at board and executive-committee levels. The 30% Club host and participate in events aimed at promoting diversity at Board Level and partner with organisations to conduct research and highlight the importance of gender diversity and inclusion in leadership.

Future communities

Future communities:

A national challenge which we are working on initiatives to address with programmes like our collaboration with the RDI Hub for the STEM Passport programme to bring more secondary female students into the world of technology