SeeAbility understands the importance of an inclusive and diverse workforce and how this enables us to provide exceptional support whilst being a reputable and respected employer.

As you may know all UK organisations with over 250 employees are now required to publish details of their gender pay and bonus Gaps: the proportions of men and women in each pay quartile and the percentage of men and women receiving a bonus.

Our gender pay gap is significantly lower than the UK average and also for the care sector. While this is positive we believe that diversity and inclusivity underpin everything we do so we want to ensure that we focus on continually improving equality of opportunity for every employee.

We have made great progress in our approach to diversity and we want to ensure that this continues. This means we will continue to monitor and set clear goals for diversity and embrace the views and creativity of our workforce, people we support, and their families to ensure inclusivity is part of everything we do as an organisation.

Download Download SeeAbility's Gender Pay Report

SeeAbility is a Disability Confident employer 

SeeAbility is a Disability Confident employer and encourages people with all forms of disability to join our talent community and assist us in our mission to encourage people with disabilities to challenge what they expect from life, from themselves and from wider society.

In order to remove any recruitment barriers our careers site is fully accessible but we’re also here to help you in any way we can. If you need further assistant please call a member of the Talent & Resourcing Team on 01372 755077, who will be happy to help.

Disability Confident Employer

We are signed up to the #WalkItLikeYouTalkIt campaign

We have signed us as a learning disability inclusive employer as part of the My Life My Choice campaign Walk It Like You Talk It!

This means we don’t just talk about employing people with learning disabilities, we actually do it! We have made sure over 1% of our workforce is made up of people with learning disabilities and are committed to increasing this to 2.3%.

Find out more about the campaign or sign up 

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