The Dialight Group does not have a formal human rights policy but it is committed to conducting business with integrity, fairness and in accordance with established international human rights law. Everyone working for Dialight is responsible for having due regard for human rights and this is reinforced by our zero tolerance approach to issues of modern slavery. Managers and supervisors must provide leadership that promotes human rights as an equal priority to other business issues. This is reinforced through our Code of Business Conduct and through our newly introduced Anti-Slavery Policy. Please see “How Dialight Does Business” and “Modern Slavery statement” sections of the Governance area of the website for more relevant information.
Applications for employment from those with a disability are always fully considered. In the event of a member of staff becoming disabled, every effort is made to ensure that their employment with the Dialight Group continues with appropriate modifications made to their workplace, if required, and any re-training arranged. It is the policy of the Dialight Group that equality of opportunity with regard to training, career development and promotion is the same for all employees.