Becoming a more inclusive business means making sure everyone, regardless of their background, beliefs, age or lifestyle has a voice and can contribute.
And by everyone, we mean everyone.
We don’t want anyone to feel marginalised, unrepresented or simply unable to be who they are at work.
As well as simply being the right thing to do, embracing what makes us the individuals we are also makes good business sense.
Creating an inclusive environment means we benefit from the strength that diversity brings, and that we will attract and retain the best talent, helping us become the best builder and the best business.
That’s why, earlier in the year we established our seven Affinity Networks. The aim of the groups is to make sure everyone in the business, no matter who they are, is represented and heard at a senior level.
Supporting Affinity networks at St Robert Mcalpine