XPOR Ltd.’s Commitment to Diversity and Equality
XPOR Ltd is committed to a policy of treating all its employees and job applicants equally.
No employee, trainee or job applicant will receive less favourable treatment, or for any reason be disadvantaged, by a requirement or condition of employment that cannot be shown to be necessary on operational grounds.
In order to ensure the continued development of our Equal Opportunities Policy, all applicants are asked to complete the information below. You are not obliged to answer all questions, but the more information you supply the more effective our monitoring will be. If you choose not to answer questions it will not affect your application. The information you supply here is confidential to the Human Resources Department and will be used solely for monitoring purposes. The selection panel will not see this form.
Ethnic Diversity Statement
XPOR Ltd. sees a world of opportunity and inclusion where everyone is able to fully thrive in every aspect of their lives, and we actively strive to make that happen in and through our organisation. We want every part of XPOR Ltd. to be a place where everyone feels accepted, respected, valued, and heard - whether they’re staff, volunteers, supporters or the people we help.
There is no place for racism in our company.
We will not tolerate racial discrimination from our service users, members of our staff, or our partners. We invite anyone who has experienced or witnessed discrimination within XPOR Ltd to raise this with us (safely and confidentially), and we promise to investigate and take appropriate action.
To serve our mission, we must attract and develop the best talent, and to do so, we need an environment that champions inclusion and values the moral imperative and organisational benefits of the fullest diversity of society and lived experience.
We know that there are issues that bind all people facing prejudice, and we are therefore committed to working for equity, diversity and inclusion more widely at XPOR Ltd. and to address intersectionality. Everyone, regardless of who they are, should be able to be their best selves without fear of discrimination or judgement.