We want every person to be treated the same irrespective of how they identify themselves, their beliefs and their background. That’s why we have a zero tolerance of any behaviour that conflicts with our commitment to inclusivity.
We think it goes without saying that discrimination or inappropriate behaviour of any kind to any person connected to any characteristics – not just those protected by law – won’t be tolerated.
This includes behaviour connected to marital or civil partner status, age, disability, gender reassignment, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation (these are known as “protected characteristics”).
Before publishing any new job vacancies at Impression, our adverts and descriptions are run through our diversity and inclusion portal, YourD&I, to analyse and decode the language we use to ensure it’s inclusive to all genders and identities.
Transparency plays an important role in both our life and culture at Impression. For both our people and our new talent ready to join us, we’ve introduced clear salary bandings as well as role responsibilities and ways to progress initiatives that are visible throughout the company.