Care Plus Group are committed to ensure its services are accessible, culturally appropriate and equitably delivered to all parts of the community and to promoting equal opportunity for every person, both within and external to the organisation.
We will not tolerate discrimination against a person on any of the following grounds;
Care Plus Group accepts its legal responsibilities in these respects and will implement all necessary action and training to ensure our commitments with regard to equality of treatment are fulfilled. We also commit to monitor and review progress on a regular basis and take appropriate action if required.
Equal opportunities is a key guiding principle in all our work and we will strive to recognise and develop the diversity of skills and talent within both our current and potential workforce, and will foster a culture based on trust and mutual respect.
Care Plus Group will ensure:-
It is the responsibility of every employee of Care Plus Group to uphold and implement the Equal Opportunities and Diversity Policy.
This policy will be reviewed every 3 years, unless there are changes to legislation and/or difficulties in practical application.
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