Equality and Diversity

In order to continue to employ and retain the best people and promote diversity in the workplace we are committed to providing an inclusive working environment where all employees are treated with courtesy, dignity and respect. Irrespective of gender, ethnicity, marital status, sexual orientation, religious persuasion, disability or age.

The Elliott Group define Equality and Diversity as:

  • Equality - is about respect and not treating an individual or group of people unfairly. It is about giving people an equality of opportunity to access services and to fulfil their potential. Equality is therefore based on the idea of fairness while recognising everyone is different.
  • Diversity - is about all the ways in which people differ and about recognising that differences are a natural part of society. No two people are the same and this means that many different elements make up our local community – something which should be celebrated. Diversity is about treating people as individuals and making them feel respected and valued.

There are 6 strands to equality that the Elliott Group focus on. The strands fit within the Groups aims of fair treatment to service users, customers, the wider community and staff. The Group is committed to meeting its legal duties under the six strands of equality.
Elliott Equality

The Elliott Group Limited is an equal opportunities employer. It is the Company policy to treat all employees and job applicants fairly and equally regardless of their sex, sexual orientation, gender assignment, marital status, gender re-assignment, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion, age, disability or trade union membership status. Furthermore the Company will ensure that no requirement or condition will be imposed without justification, which could disadvantage individuals purely on any of the above grounds. The policy applies to recruitment and selection, terms and conditions of employment including pay, promotion, training, transfer and every other aspect of employment.