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Equality and diversity

Enriching diversity

Equal opportunities

At Repsol, we stand behind the idea that generational, cultural, professional, gender, and ability diversity contributes to the generation of ideas, innovative and different perspectives, and the added value that allows us to mutually benefit from learning together.
  • Flexibility and work-life balance

    At Repsol, we want our employees to live their lives to the fullest both at work and in their personal lives. That's why we strive to improve our ways of working by promoting initiatives focused on preserving the balance between our personal and professional lives.

Our commitment to diversity

Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible 2030
Wolrd Economic Forum
Diversity Charter
ILO Global Business and Disability Network
Red Iberoamericana de Empresas Inclusivas
SDG  - gender equality logo. Equality and diversity. Careers.

2030 Sustainable Development Goals

We believe in people and drive both their development and that of their social surroundings. Our equal opportunities guarantee is part of what sets us apart as an integrated, diverse, and inclusive company.
World Economic Forum logo. Equality and diversity. Careers.

Wolrd Economic Forum

Gender Parity Task Forces generate collaborations between public and private sector stakeholders with the capacity to bring more women into the economy.
European Commission logo. Equality and diversity. Careers.

Diversity Charter

Promote diversity and equal opportunities in the workplace, regardless of race or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender, age, disability, and religion.
ILO Global Business and Disability Network

ILO Global Business and Disability Network

Recognition of the right of people with disabilities to work, on an equal basis with others; this includes the right to work in an environment that is open, inclusive and accessible.
Ibero-American Network of Inclusive Companies

Red Iberoamericana de Empresas Inclusivas

Inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace and society, as well as sharing good practices of inclusive companies or with inclusion projects.
  • Firsthand accounts

    Everyone has a story to tell — we'll share some with you here.
Idoia Ibáñez

Pioneers: Idoia Ibáñez

The sea knows no gender, but Idoia has been sailing against the wind her whole life. She was the first female captain in the merchant navy and has had to face many challenges to show that her place was at sea.
Marta Camacho

Career: Marta Camacho

Marta is the kind of person who needs to get out of their comfort zone and find new challenges every time they reach their goals. Find out how she became the director of protocol.