Equal Opportunity Policy
What is an Equal Opportunity Policy?
An Equal Opportunity Policy is the key written document that sets out an organisation’s commitment to preventing and tackling discrimination and promoting equality of opportunity.
The policy guides the organisation’s procedures which set out how the organisation intends to put these commitments into practice in terms of both employment and service delivery. Sometimes an organisation’s equal opportunity policy will be called an Equality and Diversity policy.
Organisations will have other policies that support the equal opportunity policy such as Bullying and Harassment policies or dignity at work policies. Organisations also need to ensure that wider policies reflect the commitments they make within their Equal Opportunity Policy and that they comply with the Equality Act 2010.
Accessing Member Resources
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Tai Pawb Resources
- Creating a fit for purpose equality opportunity policy
- Protected Characteristic Poster – English
- Protected Characteristic Poster – Welsh
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