At Kinsetsu, we know that a diverse and fully inclusive organisation benefits us and our customers in so many ways. In addition to being the right thing to do and part of our wider corporate social responsibility, ensuring a diverse and inclusive team with a range of opinions, outlooks and perspectives also simply makes great business sense! To formalise our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion, we are delighted to be fully signed up to the UK Government’s Disability Confident scheme.

Entering the job market and joining any new place of work can be daunting for anyone. We understand how crucial it is to be aware of any potential unconscious bias, so there is always equal opportunity for everyone at Kinsetsu, and to ensure that we can offer great opportunities and career choices for all talented people.

The Disability Confident Scheme supports people with disabilities to gain employment and provides employers with valuable tools to carry out assessments alongside guidance on what they can do to improve.

For Kinsetsu, this scheme was a great way to continue our journey as a proudly diverse and inclusive employer. There is also the added benefit of proactively raising awareness around the challenges people with disabilities face.

Our journey started with gaining the Disability Confident Committed level 1 badge, and we look forward to formally applying these values to our processes, whilst continuing our D&I journey.

Being a Disability Confident Employer is our public commitment to support existing employees who may have a disability, and to ensure we have an accessible and supportive recruitment process.

For more information on this please visit 

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/disability-confident-campaign

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