We are committed to harnessing and increasing the diversity of our workforce, creating an inclusive culture where everyone feels valued and respected for who they are.
Nurturing and encouraging inclusivity makes our business stronger, more successful and more effective by removing barriers to achievement and unlocking the potential of our people and teams throughout our business.
By cultivating a more diverse, inclusive environment, we want our people to always have the opportunity to be their best, to feel supported, to know that their contribution is recognised, and that there are no barriers to achieving their potential.
We are a proud to be a Disability Confident Employer. The Disability Confident scheme encourages employers to be positive about skills that people with disabilities bring to businesses.
We believe that respecting difference encourages diversity of thought, giving our people the courage to challenge the status quo and make bold choices that drive new ideas, open new markets, and uncover new innovations.
None of our people are ‘just’ employees. Each one is complex, multi-faceted and unique, with much more to their lives than work; they might be a mother, or a father, a carer, a volunteer, a mentor, a counsellor, or a sports coach, to name a few. We are dedicated to nurturing talent and aspiration, and ensuring that everyone can be their whole self, feel a sense of wellbeing at work, and can balance their commitments in and out of work by embracing our adaptable working practices.
Gender pay gap report
Our parent company, Morgan Sindall Group plc has published a Gender Pay Gap report. This outlines information for the Group as a whole, plus the companies within the group that meet the reporting requirements.
You can read the full information at the governance page on the Morgan Sindall Group plc website.