Diversity & Inclusion
interr is an equal opportunities employer and we value people as individuals with diverse opinions, cultures, lifestyles and circumstances and we are committed to create an environment in which individual differences and the contributions of our staff are recognised and valued.
We recognise the benefits of a diverse workforce and we recognize that providing equality of opportunity, valuing diversity and promoting a culture of inclusion are vital to our success and therefore, we are fully are committed to equality of opportunity and to providing a service and following practices which are free from unfair and unlawful discrimination.
We also believe in creating a working environment in which all can utilize their skills and talents to the full without fear of prejudice or harassment and we aim to create a culture where everyone can reach their fullest potential.
With our Equality and Diversity policy we will ensure that equality is embedded in all of our activities, policies and decisions and will work with our employees, partners, supplier and clients to share good practice.
Interr therefore ensures that no job applicant, employee, partner or client or anyone using our services shall receive less favourable treatment than any other, on the grounds of the Protected Characteristics of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion or belief, gender reassignment, pregnancy or maternity, marriage and civil partnership, disability and age.
All members of staff on all levels have a duty to support and uphold the principles of our Equality and Diversity policy at all times.
“Diversity and inclusion are about giving value to every human being, no matter our differences.”
- Roderick Arnold, Global Managing Director
Equality and diversity training
Equal access to training, development and promotion opportunities is provided to all employees and all our staff are required to complete Equality and Diversity training not just at the start of their employment but also through our 6 monthly refreshers training modules.
Furthermore, all directors, senior managers and HR are made aware of the principles of equal opportunities and are responsible for ensuring these principles are passed on to colleagues and employees.
Gender Pay Gap
interr embrace fairness and inclusivity. We stand for gender pay equity: equal pay for equal work.
The Gender Pay Gap Regulations, otherwise known as the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017, came into force in the UK in April 2017.