Skyform Ltd is committed to achieving Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) for all employees in accordance with British and European legislative requirements including the Equality Act 2010. All employees are entitled to access employment, training and promotion based on merit. Stereotyped assumptions based on prejudice in any form and discrimination, harassment, victimisation, bullying or racial vilification will not be tolerated within Skyform’s workplaces.
The British/European Discrimination Acts define discrimination in terms of how people are treated. The Act stipulates the grounds on which it is illegal, under the Act, to unfairly discriminate as follows:
Skyform committed to a programme of action to promote equality and diversity in employment. Our aim of this policy is to ensure that you and other applicants for posts are not subject to any unfair treatment on the grounds of gender, marital / civil partnership status, disability, race, religion, sexual orientation, age or other irrelevant factor.
To monitor progress and ensure that our policies are effective we require to collect monitoring information about applicants for posts and career development. This information will assist us supporting existing staff and attracting a diverse workforce to the company.
Skyform will comply with all statutory legislation. Staff and contract employees must carry out their work in a responsible manner and agree to comply with all statutory legislation, policies and procedures whilst employed with Skyform. Skyform will ensure that each employee is provided with a safe and healthy place in which to work, free from discrimination and harassment.
We will apply principles of non-discrimination and harassment in all areas of business and fulfill these obligations in dealings with clients, employees and contract personnel. Skyform’s primary objectives are:
To provide Skyform employees and contractors, and those with whom they come into contact during the course of their work, with an environment that is free of discrimination and harassment. To respect the right of any person who experiences discrimination or harassment to have their complaint dealt with in a confidential and professional manner.
Where an allegation of discrimination or harassment arises, that it is able to be resolved in a manner that is timely and enables all parties concerned to return to operating in a fair workplace.