Our people are our most important asset and we make great efforts to ensure we have policies in place to provide a safe working environment to protect our employees.

As an organisation, it is important that XP Power promotes workforce diversity, integrity and a safe and healthy work environment.


It is imperative that all of our employees are ethical. Integrity is one of our corporate Core Values and is regularly communicated throughout the organisation.

We live and breathe our Core Values. We address them in our communication meetings, performance appraisals and prominently post them throughout our facilities as a reminder of the importance of these values throughout our day-to-day activities. We have a comprehensive Code of Conduct that all our employees receive and sign up to. Integrity means, to us, that we are:

  • Honest in all our interactions with our colleagues, customers and suppliers.
  • Always doing the right thing.
  • Taking care of our people to ensure XP Power is a great place to work where we trust the people we work with, have pride in what we do and gain enjoyment from our work.

Training and development

We focus on improving our training and development, ensuring we maintain an innovative and dynamic business that is focused on providing the best solutions for customers and an exciting and engaging work environment for our people. In particular, we believe our sales team is the best trained and most technical in our industry. This enables them to provide genuine value to our customers.

Recruitment and retention

We focus on recruiting the right people into the business who are passionate about solutions that power the world's critical systems and who align with our culture and values. Retaining the knowledge and expertise is fundamental to the sustainable success of XP Power. In our annual cultural survey, questions such as "I am proud to be part of XP Power" and "I would recommend XP Power as a great place to work" have consistently scored in the top five.

Health and safety

No. of incidents

As an organisation, XP Power seriously considers the suitability of our Health and Safety programme. The programme we have in place focuses on preventive action to ensure that we are being proactive and therefore reducing the risk of incidents from occurring. In addition to meeting the requirements set out in the Responsible Business Alliance Code of Conduct, we ensure that we comply with and keep abreast of particular local requirements. There are Committee members at each of our key sites that ensure any accidents are reported, acted upon and analysed for management review. The Health and Safety metrics are reported to the Board of Directors to ensure visibility throughout all levels of the organisation.




40 XP Power Employees

Male employees



Non-Executive BoardExecutiveManagementAll OtherTotal
North America0339209251
Total male21579815911




40 XP Power Employees

Female employees



Non-Executive BoardExecutiveManagementAll OtherTotal
North America007139146
Total Female12179891,009


We operate in a global market and recognise the benefits of a diverse and talented workforce and consider this a key competitive advantage. Our business success is a reflection of the quality and skill of our people and the Group is committed to seeking out and retaining the finest talent.

XP Power believes in treating all people with respect and dignity. We strive to create and foster a supportive and understanding environment in which all individuals realise their maximum potential within the Company regardless of their differences.

We believe our diversity benefits all our stakeholders and our Company as a whole. We recognise that each employee brings their own unique capabilities, experiences and characteristics to their work and we value diversity at all levels of the Company.

Modern slavery act 2015

The United Kingdom has enacted legislation to address abhorrent abuse of human rights.

XP Power does not engage in any slavery or human trafficking activities and is strongly against any offences of slavery, servitude forced labour and/or human trafficking. XP Power has also adopted a corporate policy which has been communicated to all employees.

Modern slavery policy

XP Power is committed to a work environment that is free from modern slavery.

This is achieved by:

  • Communicating that as an organisation we do not engage and are strongly against any offences of slavery, servitude/forced labour and/or human trafficking
  • Performing due diligence on our supply chain. We would immediately disengage with any supplier that does not have the same vision on forced labour as XP Power
  • Complying with all relevant legislation including the Modern Slavery Act 2015
  • Adopting this policy within our Corporate Sustainability and Code of Ethics programme

Link to sustainable development goals

Our approach to business links directly to many of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations Development Programme to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity.

Through our health and safety programme, we promote healthy lives and well-being of all our employees.

XP Power are committed to gender equality within the workplace, therefore ensuring women are able to effectively participate in all levels of the business.

We promote quality education through our training and development opportunities at XP Power. We also ensure our opportunities are equally accessible for both men and women.

We promote decent work for all women and men, including for young people and persons with disabilities, and equal pay for work of equal value. We also take action to eradicate modern slavery through our modern slavery statement.