The Brothers of Charity Services are committed to promoting the values of equality and diversity across the range of our activity including our dealings with outside organisations, contractors and suppliers.
We strive to ensure that our practice in employment and the services we provide do not treat people less favourably with regard to race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality, national origin, religion or belief, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy or maternity, age or disability.
We are committed to equal pay in employment and believe our male and female employees should receive equal pay for like work, work rated as equivalent or work of equal value. In order to achieve this, the Service will endeavour to maintain a pay system that is transparent, free from bias and based on objective criteria.
To read The Brothers of Charity Services in Merseyside and In Greater Manchester’s Pay Gap Reports, please see the links below.