Iberdrola, the workers' favourite electrical company

Respect for diversity, equal opportunity and non-discrimination, and the alignment of the employees' interests with the strategic goals of the Group, are the cornerstones of our human resources management.


Why Iberdrola?: A stable and safe working environment. Equality and respect for diversity, more than 70 measures for work-life balance, zero unsafe situations for a goal of zero accidents and 70/20/10 learning and development model.

 Committed to the Sustainable Development Goals

Our commitment to quality employment, training and professional development have earned us a name as one of the favorite electricity companies among workers in the countries where we are present as Spain (ranking merco Talento 2017) and Brazil (ranking VOCÊ S/A).

The Group has a human resource management model that enables it to capture, promote, and retain talent and increase the personal and professional growth of everyone who belongs to the Iberdrola team.


The Human Resources Framework Policy [PDF] sets forth the guidelines that govern the working relationships in the various companies in the Group and serves as a reference to define the goals for the management of human resources in regard to: the employee selection process, the guarantees and stability of quality employment, the creation of a stable relationship with the workers, workplace health and safety, and training and development for the Group's employees.

This policy is developed through the following corporate social responsibility policies:


The conduct of all company workers and -specifically- all aspects relating to human rights are regulated by the Code of Ethics [PDF].

Likewise, the Company's practices mirror the Global Compact, OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and the International Labour Organization's Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Companies and Social Policy.

These universal principles and their General Corporate Social Responsibility Policy. [PDF] serve as Iberdrola's guide to ensure its conduct and that of its employees does not discriminate on the grounds of race, colour, gender, language, creed, political outlook, place of birth or social background, social status, place of origin, disability, health, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation or any other factor.

The Iberdrola Group is also firmly committed to the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals for 2015-2030. Within the sphere of Human Resources:

  • Objective 5: Gender equality, with over 70 leading practices in its policy for balancing family and professional life, and a policy for equal opportunity and work-life balance.
  • Objective 8: Decent work and economic growth, thanks to the value created by Iberdrola's strategy and model of growth over time, which translates into social and economic development.


If you'd like to form part of a leading multicultural company currently in expansion, a company committed to the work-life balance, equal opportunity and a company for whom the ongoing training of its employees is one of the keys to its activity, you can find out more on our Career center about Iberdrola's current selection processes.