CH Recruitment

maintaining integrity

Not compromising on standards.

Equal Opportunties

CH Recruitment is committed to treating all our stakeholders fairly and with respect regardless of their sex, marital or family status, ethnic or national origin, nationality, colour, race, religious belief, political opinion, spent convictions, disability, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, age, or economic status. This means that, whether you're already an employee, a supplier, or you're thinking of joining us you will be fairly treated in all your dealings with us.

We use our Equal Opportunities policy to shape and implement all our policies, practices and procedures, so that they comply with standards of fairness and so no one is disadvantaged by any unjustifiable conditions or requirements.

Every employee has a personal responsibility for complying with our policy. We apply the spirit of our policy to include any contact with third parties, as we do not tolerate discrimination against our customers or clients.

The scope of our equal opportunities policy

Our Equal Opportunities policy applies to all areas of our work.

Our equal opportunities policy objectives

To encourage our people to develop their skills regardless of their sex, marital status, ethnic or national origin, nationality, colour, race, religious belief, political opinion, spent convictions, disability, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, age, part-time working or any other non-job related consideration.

  • To appoint and promote people based only on merit
  • To make sure all employees have equal opportunity to develop and progress within CH Recruitment
  • To make sure that no conditions of employment, contracting and pay discriminates against them
  • To make any deliberate discriminatory action a serious disciplinary offence, which may result in dismissal or termination of a supplier relationship
  • To comply with employment law relating to equal opportunities

Our equal opportunities policy provides

  • Clear guidelines to prevent discrimination in all areas of employment and business
  • A simple procedure for our people to follow if they feel they are being discriminated against