As a fair and equal opportunities employer we seek to recruit and retain high calibre individuals that reflect the community we serve. Recruitment of employees is based solely on merit.
We are committed to ensure that, as far as is reasonable, a disabled person has the same access to everything that is involved in getting and doing a job as a non-disabled person. We recognise that in order to comply with our duty under the Equalities Act 2010 to make reasonable adjustments, we may need to change the way in which employment is structured in order to remove physical barriers and/or provide extra support for a disabled applicant or employee.
We aim to provide our employees with equal access to training and development to reach their potential, whilst providing a safe place of work with an environment free of unlawful discrimination, bullying and harassment where we will take appropriate action if any employee is found responsible of such behaviour.
NBLT has created an environment of mutual respect where employees feel valued and listen to, and are empowered to contribute to the success of the organisation.
As a responsible employer, we will ensure that our employment policies are reviewed regularly and are fit for purpose.
NBLT is part of the National Talent Match framework to help young people in their quest to gain employment. Talent Match supports young people who are furthest from the jobs market, including those who are completely outside of the benefits, work and training system; and facing severe barriers. Talent Match supports them to gain the skills they need to get into work. Contact us for more information.