Regardless of our identity or background, we all deserve the opportunity to:
– develop our skills and talents to our full potential,
– work in a safe, supportive and inclusive environment,
– be fairly rewarded and recognised for our work, and
– have a meaningful voice on matters that affect us.
Discrimination of any person based on age, disability, race, religion, or gender is strictly against company policies. This applies whether the persons are outside of our organisation (e.g.: career applicants) or part of our organisation (e.g.: current members).
Especially in today’s global economy, leadership feels this is also vital for the sustainability and growth of the company, allowing us to work with both outstanding clients and colleagues from all across the globe.
Everyone stands to benefit when we embrace and value the diversity of thoughts, ideas, and ways of working that people from different backgrounds, experiences, and identities bring to an organisation. This helps all members grow and learn, improves decision-making, and boosts engagement and innovation.