Private Tours Scotland is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI). We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to succeed, regardless of their background, beliefs or circumstances. We are committed to creating a workplace where everyone feels valued, respected and able to contribute to their full potential.
The purpose of this policy is to:
- Promote equality of opportunity for all employees
- Eliminate discrimination and harassment
- Create a workplace where everyone feels valued and respected
- Comply with the Equality Act 2010
Private Tours Scotland is committed to the following principles of EDI:
- Equality of opportunity: We believe that everyone should have the same opportunities to succeed, regardless of their background, beliefs or circumstances.
- Non-discrimination: We will not discriminate against anyone on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
- Harassment: We will not tolerate harassment of any kind, including but not limited to bullying, sexual harassment and racial harassment.
- Respect: We will treat each other with dignity and respect.
The following are the responsibilities of the following individuals and departments:
- Management: Management is responsible for ensuring that this policy is implemented and enforced.
- Human Resources Department: The Human Resources department is responsible for providing training on EDI and for investigating any complaints of discrimination or harassment.
- All Employees: All employees are responsible for complying with this policy.
Training: All employees will be trained on EDI and on the company’s policies on discrimination and harassment.
Monitoring and Enforcement: Management will monitor the implementation and enforcement of this policy. Any violations of this policy will be investigated, and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken.
This policy may be amended at any time by management.
If you have any questions about this policy or if you have any concerns about discrimination or harassment, please contact the Human Resources department.
Specific examples of EDI in practice
Here are some specific examples of how Private Tours Scotland puts EDI into practice:
- We offer a range of flexible working arrangements including a flexible working from policy.
- We have a zero-tolerance policy on discrimination and harassment. All employees are required to attend training on EDI and our policies on discrimination and harassment.
- We have a diverse workforce, with employees from a range of backgrounds, beliefs and experiences. We celebrate our diversity and believe that it makes us a stronger company and with a total of 12 employees we have 5 different nationalities.
Benefits of EDI
There are many benefits to EDI, including:
- A more productive workforce: Employees who feel valued, respected and included are more likely to be happy and productive at work.
- A more innovative workforce: A diverse workforce brings different perspectives and ideas to the table, which can lead to innovation.
- A better reputation: A company that is committed to EDI is more likely to attract and retain top talent, and to win new customers.
Private Tours Scotland is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We believe that EDI is essential for creating a successful and sustainable business.