John Good is committed to creating an inclusive working environment to maximise the potential of staff, providing equal opportunities in all aspects of employment and avoiding unlawful discrimination at work.
Our employment policy is governed by the Equalities Act of 2010, which makes it unlawful to discriminate directly or indirectly, in recruitment or employment because of a protected characteristic.
John Good is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants with appropriate qualifications regardless of sex, race, religion, disability or age. Those with disability will be offered facilities at interview to enable them to demonstrate suitability of employment. Should a disability develop during employment, positive help will be given to retain their role or to be considered for redeployment where/when necessary.
The company is committed to the principle of equal pay. Fairness and equality applies across age, race, disability, sexual orientation and gender.
Behaviour such as harassment and bullying which make anyone feel intimidated or offended is unlawful and unacceptable.
The Public Interest Disclosure Act of 1988 sets out the legal position on whistleblowing and defines protection offered to employees. Where whistleblowing is undertaken in good faith, John Good will not retaliate against the employee or act to the detriment of the employee.
Modern Day Slavery
Further, and in compliance with the Modern Slavery Act of 2015, John Good does not and will not use child labour, prohibits any form of forced or compulsory labour, respects freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining. John Good also has zero tolerance for human trafficking and will not engage in the unethical practice. We seek to ensure such integrity is also reflected by our partners and supply chain.
For queries and further detail in regard to John Good employment policy, please contact the Finance Manager.