We’re committed to developing, maintaining, and supporting a culture of equality and diversity by treating everyone equitably.
To assist with this, we have a core set of disability policy principles:
All of our recruitment, training, and promotions are carried out in line with Wealthify’s Code of Practice. This means clear job descriptions and role profiles are used wherever appropriate, making it easier to understand what our aim is, which in turn ensures that decisions are made solely on objective and job-related criteria.
We take all reasonable steps to identify and eliminate unlawful discrimination of staff and/or recruits. This includes thorough training and guidance to all relevant staff, ensuring that the risk of possible discriminatory attitudes which may affect decisions are minimised and that there is an understanding of the relevant provisions of the Equality Act 2010.
We’ll make any reasonable adjustments necessary to accommodate and employ disabled persons if their application, experience, and skillset is suitable for the role.
If an existing employee becomes disabled, every reasonable effort will be made to ensure that their employment with Wealthify can continue, and that career opportunities, support, training and development all remain available to them.
We’ll maintain the confidentiality of any information in relation to disability, and staff are not required to disclose their disability unless they are seeking accommodations or workplace adjustments.