Making HomeServe a completely inclusive place to work will make us a stronger, better business. Our priority is to ensure that the diversity of our people reflects the societies in which we live and work.
While our vision and policies around diversity and inclusion are global, our local leaders create their own roadmaps for applying them.
We take a holistic approach: making sure people feel welcome and are treated fairly, regardless of their race, gender, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, religion or experience and recognising the importance of self-identification, given the broad circumstances under which discrimination can happen.
In recognition of these efforts HomeServe UK has become a signatory of the Race at Work charter, has been voted Best Place to Work for Women 2020, achieved accreditation to become a Disability Confident Committed employer and is now ranked in the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index.
For more information on our progress, take a look at our latest Annual Report.