Our selection processes ensure that no job applicant or employee is treated less favourably on the grounds of: gender, race, sexual orientation, nationality, ethnic or national origins, age, disability status, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religious beliefs or trade union membership/non-membership. Every employee is given equal opportunity for training and career progression.
We recruit new employees in an open and non-discriminatory manner in order to employ from the widest pool of talent so that we can share in the benefits that this approach brings including increased morale, reduced employee turnover and access to wider markets.
We encourage employees to develop to their full potential and feel valued members of the business and support them through continuous training and development opportunities as demonstrated through our Apprenticeships, Management and Reset training provision and investment in our own Training Academy.
Our company’s policies ensure that through clear and visible leadership that human rights are integral to the way we do business. We monitor compliance with legislation including, the Modern Slavery Act and the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights across all aspects of our own business and that of our supply chain.