Equal opportunities advice
- Category: Business development
- Last Updated: 27 March 2015
Ryedale District Council is committed to providing equality of opportunity and aims to be fair, reasonable and just in all its responsibilities
The Council values the diversity of its workforce and the people of the District and is working towards ensuring its service delivery and employment practices are of the highest possible equality standards. The Council affirms its commitment to ensuring that its services, facilities and resources and accessible and responsive to the people of Ryedale.
No person should receive unfair or unlawful treatment due to race, colour, ethnic or national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, marital status or religious or political beliefs.
The Council will seek to identify and act upon any unfair or unlawful discrimination, which denies individual opportunity, on any of the criteria mentioned above. Employees, applicants and service users have the right to complain about unfair discrimination through the appropriate procedures.