The Race Relations Act 1976 makes it unlawful to discriminate against a person, directly or indirectly, in the field of employment.
It is the aim of Euroside Construction Group to be an equal opportunity employer. The Group commits itself to promote and develop equal opportunities and will keep under review its policies, procedures and practices to ensure that they accord with the principles of equal opportunities and are constantly applied. To ensure that this policy is operating effectively (and for no other purpose) the company maintains records of employees and applicants racial origins, gender and disability.
Ongoing monitoring and regular analysis of such records provide the basis for appropriate action to eliminate unlawful direct and indirect discrimination and promote equality of opportunity.
THE RESPONSIBILITY OF EMPLOYERS
It is the responsibility of senior management to provide equal opportunities for all job applicants and current employees. Senior Management must therefore adopt, implement and monitor our equal opportunities policy to ensure that there is no discrimination and that equal opportunity is genuinely available to all. Copies of this policy are available to all staff, both within the office and on each site.
The following list of responsibilities for recruitment, training and promotion will be adopted throughout the company