Equality and Diversity
We are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate on the grounds of gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy or maternity, marital or civil partner status, gender reassignment, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability or age.
If you have a disability or learning difficulties and are unable to apply online, please call us on 0333 005 095 or email [email protected] to speak to a member of the team who can help you to process your application.
Guaranteed Interview Scheme for armed forces veterans, which you read more about here.
At Everyone Health, we ensure everyone we work with understands the importance of inclusion, accessibility and diversity within the work we produce.
As Everyone Health’s graphic designer I always try to reflect inclusivity, diversity and accessibility in the materials we produce across all of our marketing channels. Whether it is ensuring appropriate imagery is used or text that is easy to understand, it is important we communicate with the wide mix of people and cultures we come into contact with every day, in a way that they can access easily and that relates to them.
– Mike Hill
Equality and diversity are important, especially as a healthcare service provider to provide equal access to our services for all. Within the data team, we show equality and diversity in our reports using data to ensure we are delivering our services to a wide range of demographics.
– Jamie Loakes
I feel very grateful to be a woman in the role of Service Manager, especially being Indian. It has made me feel stronger and believe that gender specific roles are a thing of the past. This gives confidence to my other female colleagues that they can one day become a manager too. I feel empowered and supported by all those around me.
– Bhamini Patel