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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Improving diversity, equality and inclusion is key to achieving our ambitions. It also goes to the heart of who we are and what we stand for. Wirral Methodist Housing Association is driven by strong social values, but there is always more that we could be doing.

We are fully committed to Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion. We will promote a positive culture of valuing and celebrating diversity and accepting and including people regardless of their personal characteristics or circumstances. Whoever you are, you can expect to be treated fairly, with respect and free from discrimination. Our work place is welcoming, friendly and a place for all our colleagues to thrive in.

Our vision – Wirral Methodist Housing Association Ltd is dedicated to working in the community to provide homes and services that improve the quality of life.”

Equality is about ensuring that every individual has an equal opportunity to make the most of their lives and talents, and believing that no one should have poorer life chances because of where, when or whom they were born, or because of other characteristics.

Promoting equality is about behaving in a way that tackles inequalities, aiming to ensure that all staff and service users are treated fairly, and do not experience discrimination.

Promoting diversity is about recognising that everyone is different and creating a working environment that values each customer and employee ensuring that services are delivered that suit all sections of the community.

Inclusion is about positively striving to meet the needs of different people and taking deliberate action to create environments where everyone feels respected and able to achieve their full potential.

Protected characteristics within the Equality Act 2010 are: race, religion or belief, sex, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, disability and age.

We aim to ensure that we comply with all our legal and regulatory responsibilities; current requirements are set out principally in the Equality Act 2010, Human Rights legislation and by the Social Housing Regulators.