The Foundation of Our Brand
For over 107 years Technicolor has remained at the forefront of creative technology in the entertainment industry through artistry, reputation and craft.
We are born of this ever-evolving creative legacy and work to inspire the world’s most creative games developers to have unlimited ideas.
With our rich history in mind Technicolor Games is unlike any other studio offering full-service production across a single IP from in-game to Film, TV, Advertising, and Animation.
Our Creativity Needs Diversity
We are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to building and maintaining an inclusive company culture. Technicolor Games will always respect, embrace and encourage the uniqueness of individuals and their talents because we fundamentally believe our creativity needs diversity. We are our most creative when we work together across diverse backgrounds, cultures, geographies and human experiences. We know the diverse perspectives of our staff is what makes us so creative.
Our Equal Opportunities policy aims to address the entire employment life cycle, from talent acquisition to rewards and ongoing development. We have an active DE&I team across the organization which includes members of our Executive team who oversee matters relating to gender equality, race, identity, and ability. This includes the development of policies, training and community outreach initiatives, alongside an ethos that aims to help individuals be their best by making adjustments and supporting them where necessary while offering a flexible working environment where possible.
Our DE&I Mission
To always respect, embrace and encourage the uniqueness of individuals and their talents.
- Be an inclusive workplace for everyone by removing barriers that hinder people from being themselves.
- Build and maintain a community where all staff feel safe, included and accepted for who they are.
- Attract, nurture, and retain the best talent in the industry irrespective of their background.
- Committed to genuine change in our business and wider industry.
- Investing in our people: time, budget, training and ongoing development.
- Facilitating open discussion & debate.
We adhere to the following parameters on our website to ensure the design is as accessible as possible:
- Making sure type size is legible across all breakpoints (desktop, tablet & mobile).
- Ensuring text is a readable contrast.
- Ensuring clear interaction & hover states.
- The website has been built with the ability to navigate using the keyboard.
As a company, we will not knowingly work on projects which contain statements, suggestions or images offensive to general public decency and will give appropriate consideration to the impact of the projects we work on, specifically on minority sections of the population.
Supply Chain & Modern Slavery Ethics
Technicolor operates straightforward supply chains. This makes the risk of modern slavery or human trafficking low. Nevertheless, we understand the importance of combating slavery and human trafficking and our duty to take steps to tackle the issue.
We have all relevant provisions in our supplier contracts to ensure slavery and human trafficking does not exist in our supply chains or in any part of our business. We also regularly review and update our policies and procedures.