This is us

Diversity and Inclusion is a vital ingredient for us at Direct Line Group. It enables us to build a workplace where we value, respect and embrace different ideas and opinions and allows us to make better decisions.

As one of the largest insurers in the UK we are committed to promoting diversity across the business. We believe that if people feel empowered to speak out, feel valued and are respected irrespective of their racial or ethnic origin, gender, age, disability, religion, belief or sexual orientation, then they can and will bring all of themselves to work.

To celebrate our diversity, we have developed a series of films featuring people from around the business – focused on what makes everyone unique and special at Direct Line Group. In the film, we follow a few of our colleagues, all doing the things that make them – well, them!




Meet Dan Moxam. Having been through numerous operations for his hip and muscle condition, Dan is strong willed, cheeky and approachable and he uses his skills in the bereavement team to support others in their time of need.








Natasha Warner joined Direct Line Group as a graduate with a maths degree but now works in our Finance team. She loves numbers, is a salsa dancer but is also a sensitive person who finds it difficult from time to time. Here she explains how she copes with her struggles and why she thinks Direct Line Group is a special place to work.






Ina Wilson loves dogs, is caring and a grandma to four grand kids. Working in her Glasgow office, Ina enjoys working with her diverse team and loves the fact they all help each other out.







First off, we speak to Eric Douglin. He works in Information Security and is a grandad who volunteers at local schools and in communities in his spare time. Eric had a kidney transplant nine years ago and here tells us what makes him unique and special and why he still enjoys coming to work each day.







Linzi Mclaren is a mum to her son and a wife to her wife. She has been at Direct Line Group for over 15 years. She loves nothing more than learning and recently completed a COSCA course in counselling. She is super creative which is one of the reasons why she loves her job training new recruits for the Group.







Aminur is a fitness fanatic and thinks that if he takes care of his body, it will take care of him! He found it quite difficult to fit in at school so has joined lots of different groups through the various hobbies he enjoys. He is super proud of his heritage and tried to be a good Muslim, which includes being a good son to his mum and dad.  







Rob started working for DLG in 1999 and loves working for the company as he gets support in the good and bad times. Both his kids were born profoundly deaf so he and his wife have both learned sign language as a result.

To find out more about our approach to diversity and inclusion, click here