You can download a copy of our “Equal Employment Opportunity Policy” here:
Just as Girvan Waugh values diversity in managing project risk, diversity in the workplace adds value to our business decisions through different perspectives. The term diversity in the workplace recognises that individuals within the workforce differ from each other. As a result, they have a wide range of different needs, skills and experiences.
The essence of “equal employment opportunity” is to treat employees in a fair and equitable manner. This means that our employees can expect to be judged on their ability to do the job, with consideration to their communication skills, qualifications and experience, rather than assumptions about them because of different characteristics such as their sex, race, marital status, disability, etc. It also means promoting a working environment free from sexism, racism, sexual harassment and other discrimination.