Equality & Diversity
At the heart of our corporate social responsibility policy is our commitment to the people who work at GL Law now and in the future.
We know that our employees are our greatest asset and we want to continue to attract and retain the most talented individuals possible.
It’s also important to us to maintain a secure, supportive, enjoyable and meritocratic workplace. We believe that a wide range of characters and perspectives can only benefit our clients and our business.
We’re committed to tackling all forms of discrimination and ensure that everyone is treated equally and fairly with dignity and respect, regardless of background, race, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, disability, religion or beliefs.
We have recently carried out an equality and diversity survey of our employees and from the anonymous data that has been provided by them (employees are free to decline to complete the survey or to choose “prefer not to say”) we have been able to conclude that they fall into the various protected characteristic types as defined by the Equality Act 2010 (sex, age, race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, etc.).
Due to the risk of employees being identified through their anonymous data and reference to their staff profiles on our website, we are unable to publish more specific details without breaching the Data Protection Act 2018.
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