Employment Generation

We recognise that a successfully diverse work force is one that contains people at various levels possessing a range of different characteristics and anability to be themselves within and beyond the work place.


We appreciate that human rights considerations can impact on employer/employee relationships in respect of matters such as respect for private and family life, freedom of thought, conscience and religion, freedom of expression, freedom of assembly and association and the prohibition of discrimination. We must, however, balance such considerations with our legitimate business interests and our expectation that you carry out your duties diligently and efficiently.


It is our policy to encourage a working environment in which diversity is recognised, valued and encouraged, appreciating the multi-cultural and diverse nature of the UK work force and society in general. We are committed to principles of fairness and mutual respect in which the concept of individual responsibility is accepted by all.