Our people are at the heart of our organisational values:  we intend that all our staff should be dealt with honestly, decently and fairly.   And we expect each of them in turn to treat colleagues,  customers and all  other work relationships in the same way.
Our general working conditions and our organisational policies are founded on this principle, as much as on compliance with current employment legislation.
Godliman embraces diversity and seeks to promote the benefits of diversity in all of our business activities.   We strive to help our clients meet their own diversity targets.
We are committed to creating a culture in which everyone understands that equal opportunities are an integral part of the efficient running of  businesses, and it is the responsibility of each of us, in the way we deal with each other, and with our market contacts, to ensure that discrimination is avoided.
Godliman is committed to maintaining a working environment that is fair to all.   We do not permit discrimination by our employees during the course of work against applicants,  fellow employees or any other person, on the grounds of gender, colour, race, creed, sexual orientation, marital status, age or disability.
‘Discrimination’ means treating someone less favourably on any of these grounds – and includes applying requirements or conditions which, though applied equally to all, have a disproportionately detrimental effect on one particular racial groups, or sex, etc.