Cudis Limited believes in the value of Equality and Diversity and of the development of all staff having regard to their abilities and aspirations.
In all matters relating to employment, within Cudis Limited, it is the clear intention that every reasonable step shall be taken to ensure that staff members are not discriminated against on the grounds of any protected characteristics: age; disability; gender reassignment; marriage and civil partnership; pregnancy and maternity; race; religion or belief; sex or sexual orientation.
You also have the right to expect reasonable protection from aggression, bullying, violence or harassment at work by any other member of staff, irrespective of his/her seniority, or by clients.
As a provider of services to the public, Cudis Limited carries out our services with regard to the general duty to advance equality and opportunity. We have due regard to; eliminating discrimination, harassment, victimisation and any other conduct prohibited by the Equality Act 2010 and fostering good relations between persons who share a relevant protected characteristic and persons who do not share it, which involves having due regard to the need to tackle prejudice and promote understanding.
Cudis Limited wholeheartedly supports the principles of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and aims to ensure that staff, clients, business partners and contractors are not unfairly discriminated against and is committed to equality in respect and protected characteristics or any other specific factors which could result in unjustifiable discrimination.
Ethically and morally, anti-discriminatory practices should be embraced, and we have a Corporate and social responsibility to uphold them. We also have a legal responsibility not to discriminate, to prevent employees from any forms of discrimination, harassment or victimisation and provide a safe environment. The
Directors are responsible for providing advice and support on the practical implementation of the Equality and Diversity Policy and Cudis Limited is committed to ensuring that there are no barriers to our services which affects any member of the community and ensures that equality and diversity is part of everything that we do.
As a member of staff, you are responsible for contributing to a positive working environment, by treating everyone with dignity and respect, to ensure that your behaviour does not cause offence and not to discriminate against anybody with protected characteristics, which are; Age, Disability, Gender Reassignment, Marriage and Civil Partnership, Pregnancy and Maternity, Race, Religion or Belief, Sex, Sexual Orientation.
You must cooperate as a witness in any formal complaints made under the policy and you must not participate in or encourage discrimination, harassment, bullying, victimisation or intimidation. Should you need to make a complaint or raise a grievance in the first instance you should talk to the Directors, you can access the grievance procedure, which is in the staff handbook which explains the process and procedures to follow.