Equality & Diversity
Wythenshawe Community Housing Group (WCHG) is committed to treating everyone fairly, and strives to achieve equality for the diverse mix of communities that make up Wythenshawe.
For WCHG, Equality & Diversity extends beyond just meeting our obligations as a housing provider. We will continue to build on our work to narrow the gaps in the quality of life in Wythenshawe. WCHG will continue to build neighbourhoods of choice and cohesive communities.
As a service provider we will continue to provide accessible, barrier free and responsive services that enable everyone to take part in the social, cultural and economic wealth of Wythenshawe.
As an employer we will continue to support people to reach their full potential in education, skills and employment.
To us, equal opportunity means ensuring employees and customers are not discriminated against or receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage & civil partnership and pregnancy and maternity.
WCHG is committed to working at all levels to eliminate any form of discrimination and to promote good relations between people of different groups.
Diversity includes all the ways in which people differ. The basic concept of managing diversity accepts that people are different and these differences consist of both visible and non-visible differences which include factors such as sex, age, background, race, disability, personality and work style. WCHG will endeavor to ensure that it encourages and maintains diversity in its workforce and service delivery recognising the diverse needs of staff, customers and all associated stakeholders.