Valuing Equality and Diversity at easyJet
Capitalising on what is unique about individuals and drawing on their different perspectives and experiences adds value to the way we do business. We want to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people regardless of gender, gender reassignment, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion and nationality. We endeavour to treat all staff fairly.
This will provide us with an insight into different markets and help us to become as creative as possible in anticipating what our customers want from us. To do this, we aim to produce a creative working environment where everyone has an equal opportunity for success, and to support this we will use fair, objective and innovative employment practices to ensure:
- All employees and potential employees are treated fairly, with respect at all stages
- All employees have the right to be free from harassment of any description or any other form of unwanted behaviour
- All employees have an equal chance to contribute and to achieve their potential
Equal Opportunity and Fair Treatment
easyJet is committed to being an equal opportunities employer as we wish to encourage all our employees to make the best use of their skills and experience. Our policy aims to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment. We will treat staff, potential staff and the public that we serve fairly and with dignity.
Any actions by any of our employees which contravenes the Equality Act 2010 will be taken very seriously and will be dealt with under easyJet’s disciplinary procedure. Such actions may amount to gross misconduct and result in dismissal.