We are committed to ensuring that all individuals are treated fairly and are valued irrespective of disability, race, gender, gender reassignment, social class, sexual orientation, marital status, nationality, religion or belief, employment status and age.
As a Travel Manager you should consider how you can:
Protect the employee in the practice of their employment and ensure an appropriate work environment that guarantees safety and hygiene and avoids any risk to their health or physical integrity. All modes of transportation and accommodation required to fulfil their job role should be appropriate and requirements may vary with respect to their diversity strand* and country of travel.
Each employee should be treated fairly and consistently, in accordance with their diversity strand*. Ensure equal opportunities and non-discrimination due to race, colour, sexual orientation, marital status, family responsibilities, age, religion or creed, gender, disability or hierarchy, among others.
Protect employees’ personal information and respect their privacy, strictly complying with applicable data protection legislation.
Encourage a greater work-life balance for employees while guaranteeing appropriate coverage of your company’s needs.
Further considerations could be:
· Marketing to Customers
· Recruiting Talent
· Retaining Talent
· Leadership and Commitment and Involvement
· Inclusive Culture and Values
· Education and Training
· Developing Talent
· Advancing Talent
· Employee Communications
· Employee Involvement
· Supplier Diversity
· Performance accountability and measurement
· Social mobility
· LGBT – trans