SchemeServe operate with a diverse clientele and encourage a diverse workforce. As a result, no discrimination, bullying or harassment based on individual differences will be tolerated. These differences include, but are not limited to gender, trans-gender status, sexual orientation, marital status, race, disability, age, pregnancy and maternity, religious belief, political opinion, philosophical including ethical beliefs. Read more about SchemeServe’s Equal Opportunities Policy here.
Carbon Neutral Commitment
There is a huge need to reduce global carbon emissions to prevent irreversible climate change. SchemeServe is committed to playing its part in reducing the risks, as well as helping to fund re-wilding projects across the UK, and further afield. Read more about what SchemeServe is doing to offset their carbon emissions, and commit to greener working and living.
Health & Wellbeing
We work hard to ensure our staff are well looked after. Physical and mental health, as well as general wellbeing and work-life balance is of the upmost importance. This policy includes our flexible working initiative, health & safety in the remote workplace, maintaining a healthy work-life balance, as well as our free resources for staff development. Read more about how we look after SchemeServe employees here.
Non-Profit & Volunteering
As a company we aim to help, rather than hinder the World. We recognise that altruism and giving back to our communities is an important and fulfilling way to do this. Our ‘Non-profit & volunteering’ policy outlines how we encourage our staff to give back to their communities, for example in our ‘charity days’ initiative, and how we as a company are working to make the World a better place. Read more in our ‘Non-profit & volunteering’ policy here.
Corporate Governance Policy
SchemeServe operates a Board of Directors, and Advisory Board. Both boards enable the company to have accountability regarding its direction, financial health, employee welfare and team morale. Read more about our Boards and Ethical Guidelines here.