“We are committed to building a strong diverse workforce and we will continue to invest in the professional development of our people, to ensure we retain the in-house knowledge and expertise required by the industry.”
Maria Bradley, HR Manager
We work with our partners to promote and encourage diversity as we recognize the value this will add to our business. We continually look for ways to increase diversity across our workforce and most recently we have been involved in promoting career opportunities for women in construction. As a sponsor of Women’stec we recognize our role leading gender equality across the industry.
We recognize the importance of investing in the professional development of our employees and supply chain. We are accredited to Investors in People to ensure we continue to develop the knowledge and expertise of our team while ensuring we attract new talent into the business. We engage with a range of industry training partners throughout the UK to deliver training and development opportunities right across our business.
We are committed to the health and well being of our employees and supply chain. We therefore believe in taking a proactive approach by identifying employee wellbeing issues that we use strategically to increase the level of knowledge, understanding and access to support on a wide range of related topics. We work with industry partners including Business in the Community and Build-Health to develop and support initiatives such as the Workplace 2020 Stress toolkit for Line Managers.
To learn more about our performance download our 2015 Employees & Workforce factsheet.
200 Training Courses
84 Employees Participated in External Training in 2014
169 Training courses in 2014