We are fully committed to tackling unlawful and unfair discrimination, and value the difference that diverse communities and a diverse workforce brings. We will take steps to ensure that we create a culture that promotes equality and celebrates diversity, and we do not discriminate against anyone because of their age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religious belief or non-belief, or sexuality.
We do not treat anyone less favourably because of their appearance, social class, employment status, membership of trade unions or political belief, chronic illness, nationality or responsibility for dependents, or for any other reason.
We want to ensure that the activities and services that we offer are accessible to all, and allow people to feel included and involved.
Check out our Get Involved page if you would like to help shape our services.
Magenta Living are required to publish its gender pay gap report and this document outlines its findings.
We employ around 500 staff from the local area and are committed to ensuring we identify opportunities to close the gender pay gap. Please see our report for further details on how we hope to achieve this:
ML - Gender Pay Gap Report 2018.pdf[pdf] 104KB