Bygott Biggs promotes equality of opportunity. This means that everyone who works for us and any job applicants will be treated equally, regardless of gender or gender reassignment, age, ethnic or national origin, nationality, race, colour, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief.

Throughout our recruitment process Bygott Biggs promotes equality of opportunity and the avoidance of discrimination at work. To ensure that we do this effectively and that it works in practice we regularly review our processes and procedures to ensure that they are compliant with best practice.

We believe that embracing a diverse workforce is essential in order to gain access to the highest calibre candidates. Our recruitment activities, including job searches are conducted on the basis of merit, against objective criteria that avoid discrimination and we endeavour to work only with the most progressive employers who themselves value a diverse workforce.

We always make every effort to make reasonable adjustments to accommodate disabilities where reasonable and practicable to do so. If you are disabled we encourage you to contact us so that we can support you. We can provide and accept information in accessible formats where required. Please contact Jane Biggs for further information.

This statement does not constitute Bygott Biggs’ Employee Diversity Policy. Bygott Biggs reserve the right to amend this and any other statement at any time.