Tringmain Security is committed to ensuring
that we provide equal opportunities in employment
to our existing staff & anyone who applies
for a job with us because It makes good
business sense, it is in line with good practice
elsewhere & we are legally required to do
What is Expected of Employees.
Local Action Plan.
Support for Employees.
Tringmain Security has adopted the following
|"Tringmain Security reaffirms
its opposition to unfair discrimination
in employment & expresses its commitment
to a comprehensive policy of equal opportunity.
To this purpose the Tringmain Security will
ensure that the selection, training &
promotion of staff are based solely on the
criteria of merit & ability & that
therefore no job applicant or employee will
receive less favourable treatment on grounds
of age, disability, ethnic or nationality,
gender, sexual orientation, domestic circumstances
or marital status, political or religious
is Expected of Employees ?
Whilst the main responsibility for providing
equal opportunity is that of the employer, individual
employees at all levels also have responsibilities.
Tackling discrimination requires a commitment
by all. In particular, individual employees
- Themselves discriminate, for example as
supervisors or a person responsible for selection
- Encourage or attempt to encourage other
employees to practice unlawful discrimination
such as refusal to accept employees from particular
- Harass abuse or intimidate / victimise other
employees & members of the public.
- Each Tringmain Security employee will be
responsible for his or her own behaviour being
acceptable within the terms of the Policy.
It is a condition of service that employees
adhere to Tringmain Security s Equal Opportunities
- Carrying out fair recruitment procedures.
- Providing training for all staff on equal
opportunities issues to promote greater awareness
& to promote anti-discriminatory behaviour.
- Providing equal opportunities in recruitment
& selection training to all recruiting
officers & members.
- Way of a recruitment complains procedure
which can be used by job applicants or any
employee who feels they have been treated
- Regularly monitoring & reviewing employment
policy & practices.
- Consulting with employees through the various
oral & written means.
- Advertising jobs publicly including the
- Flexible working arrangements.
- Part-time / job share opportunities.
- Training Policy enabling employees to gain
qualification / skills to develop career opportunities.
- Maternity, Paternity & leave schemes.
- Harassment Policy to deal with racial, sexual,
- Compassionate leave / Special leave (e.g.
to enable employees to deal with a breakdown
in childcare arrangements, or other family
emergency situations; for religious / cultural
purposes, or to attend meetings for the purpose
of adopting a child).
- Assurance that you are being treated fairly
& given equality of opportunity.
- Improved access for disabled people.
- Interview Guarantee Scheme for disabled
applicants who meet the essential criteria.
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