Equality, Diversity And Inclusion (“EDI”) Policy

This policy covers all current and potential employees, contractors, consultants, agency workers, customers of, and visitors to CNCSourced.


This EDI Policy covers discrimination on the basis of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and/or belief, sex or sexual orientation as set out in the Equality Act 2010.

CNCSourced recognises that there can be differences between the physical sex and gender assigned at birth and an individual’s gender identity/expression, therefore, this policy also covers discrimination on the basis of a person’s gender identity.


CNCSourced expects that every member of its team and extended community will interact with others fairly, valuing their dignity and esteem. If anyone feels they’ve been subject to discrimination, intimidation, or bullying, they possess the right to lodge a complaint without fear of reprisal or backlash. Kindly consult the policies for staff and candidates to understand the correct process to pursue.


All individuals associated with or employed by CNCSourced bear the duty to champion EDI. The topmost accountability for the complete execution of this policy lies with the Chief Executive. The entire team drives the CNCSourced approach concerning equality, diversity, and inclusion for the workforce and, in collaboration with the other Executive members, in terms of CNCSourced’s content and functional endeavors.

Implementation, Monitoring and Review

This Policy will be put into action via an Equality and Diversity Committee. The advancement towards goals and tasks will be consistently relayed to the Executive Management Team.


All staff are required to take part in EDI training, with new staff required to take EDI training during their induction.

Complaints Procedures related to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)

CNCSourced expects that each individual within its workforce and broader network will handle others justly, honoring their worth and reverence. Should anyone feel they’ve faced prejudice, undue pressure, or bullying, they are entitled to voice a grievance without concern of repercussions or retaliatory actions. For the correct course of action, please consult the policies designated for staff and applicants.

Effective Date

October 2023

Review Date

April 2026