St Anne’s ensures that employees of all backgrounds are treated with respect and contribute to our objectives as an inclusive organisation. We have developed our own Diversity and Inclusion Strategy to support employees of all ages, religious and cultural backgrounds as well as women, Black and Minority Ethnic, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people.
Diversity and inclusion plays a vital role in our work and we want our workforce to be as diverse as the clients that we support. It is our policy to treat everybody fairly and we don’t discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age, domestic circumstances, working pattern, trade union activity, mental health, HIV status, religion, nationality or class.
We want disabled, BME, Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans employees to succeed at St Anne’s and our policies and procedures ensure that this can happen.
Diversity and Inclusion Milestones at St Anne’s
- Appointed a full time Equality and Diversity Officer at Head Office
- Enhanced our Equality and Diversity Policy
- Launched our LGBT employee network group
- Published our internal guide for supporting trans employees
- Became a Stonewall Diversity Champion
- Continued to be a Mindful Employer
- Continued to commit to the ‘Time to Change’ campaign to end mental health disability discrimination
Should you feel that you have not been treated fairly or respectfully, please raise your concerns by contacting the manager of the service concerned. If you would prefer for someone to look at the issue formally, please follow the Complaints Process.
Please click to view St. Anne’s Equality and Inclusion Policy