We operates an equal opportunities employer policy and always invest in recruiting a diversiﬁed workforce. JPL is committed to removing discrimination while promoting diversity and equal opportunities. This is apparent through our employment policies across our divisions. Therefore, we constantly strive to ensure our workforce image truly represents all sections of the current society and every individual is treated with respect they duly deserved.
We have impose obligations on all employees for a duty to ensure that our Policy on Equality, Diversity & Inclusion is effective and practiced across our divisions. Disciplinary action are in place and will be taken against any employee who breaches this policy and serious breaches will simply be treated as gross misconduct.
All our workers and employees are assisted and encouraged to achieve their full potential which often act as a springboard to fully utilised and maximise the reliability of our operations. Selection for employment, promotion, training or any other beneﬁts will be on the basis of aptitude and ability.
JPL Policy on Equality, Diversity & Inclusion is to give diversity and equality to anyone and everyone, irrespective of their individuality such as; gender, race, gender reassignment, sexuality, disability, ethnic origin & nationality, age, pregnancy, religion beliefs, social-economic status, alternative lifestyles, marital status and civil partnership. In order to beneﬁt from a diverse working population, JPL addresses all of these concerns.
JPL believes by offering such a diversiﬁed workforce, we are able to provide an expansive experience and knowledge base, which is transferred and positively contribute to the overall success of the project schemes across board.
We are committed to the policy of equal treatment of all Employees and Job Applicants too. We do abide by this general principle and the requirements of the Codes of Practice issued by the Equal Opportunities Commission and Commission for Racial Equality.
JPL Policy on Equality, Diversity & Inclusion policy will be implemented within the framework of the relevant legislation, which includes: Equality Act 2010 including:
✓ The Employment Act 1989;
✓ The Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003;
✓ The Employment Equality (Sexual Orientation) Regulations 2003;
This covers but is not limited to associative discrimination, harassment or any harassment by a third party, indirect discrimination, perceptive discrimination, pre-employment health related checks, positive or corrective action, victimisation, equal pay direct discrimination and as well as pay secrecy and extension of employment tribunal.
✓ Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
✓ Equal Opportunities Commission: Code of Practice
✓ Department of Education & Employment: Code of Practice
✓ Commission for Racial Equality: Code of Practice
Successful implementation of JPL Policy on Equality, Diversity & Inclusion policy relies solely on all roles being fulﬁlled with the common aim of continuous improvement through monitoring and scheduled annual review.