We want to be a place of work that reflects the diversity which exists among our customers and elsewhere in society.
Our organisation shall recognise all fundamental human rights. They shall always be respected – regardless of the working relationship.
All current and potential employees shall be treated fairly and without prejudice regardless of gender, transgender identity or expression – regardless of sexual orientation, religion/other belief, ethnicity, disability or age.
In other words, we do not discriminate against anyone in the contexts of recruitment, wage setting, skills development, promotions, or dismissals. Nor do we discriminate when meeting each other on a daily basis.
In the same way, customers and other stakeholders are treated fairly and without prejudice. No employee shall be subjected to abusive discrimination such as bullying, psychological violence, social exclusion, sexual harassment, or any other type of harassment.