We’re committed to ensuring all our people are able to develop to their fullest potential, and we have robust policies and processes in place to help make that happen.
We will not tolerate discrimination against any employee or potential employee, particularly on the grounds of:
- sexual orientation
- religion or belief
- marriage or civil partnership status
- pregnancy and maternity
In relation to disabled people or minority groups, we give full and fair consideration to all applicants for all vacancies, providing they are suitably qualified.
Disability and special needs
Anyone who becomes disabled during their working life will be retained in employment wherever possible, and given help with any necessary rehabilitation or training. If it’s reasonable and practicable to do so, we’ll install special facilities to support disabled employees.
Whenever we invest capital in obtaining or refurbishing premises, we make every effort to provide for the needs of staff and clients with disabilities.
When a disabled person or anyone with special needs applies for a job, we consider their application only on relevant skills, experience and knowledge.
The quality and commitment of our people is a key element in our success. We place considerable importance on their contributions. It’s our policy to communicate relevant information about our clients and business to everyone in the organisation, electronically or face to face, whichever is most appopriate.
Training and development
It’s our aim always to ensure every individual employed with us is supported to develop to their fullest potential. We provide on-the-job and formal training aimed at achieving relevant professional qualifications and the ability to support each other in providing exceptional service to our clients.