We positively celebrate diversity & inclusion in the John Lewis Partnership. Truly embracing individuals’ contributions, regardless of their age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, social background, religion or belief. Having a diverse and inclusive culture throughout the business is vital for our future success and that’s why it is at the heart of our ultimate purpose; the happiness of all our Partners.
Workforce diversity and inclusion is a relevant and continuous process in which individuals are considered for hire and treated correctly regardless of their situation. Diversity is the recruitment strategy and mission of a company to employ a wide range of people to make the most out of their different knowledge and experience. Inclusion in the Workplace is when people are made to feel valued regardless of their race, gender, sexuality, religion, disability and social background.
Diversity and inclusion are reliant on each other; therefore the John Lewis Partnership encourages and provides diversity and inclusion training at every opportunity to educate others on how others would like to be treated in the workplace.
To ensure that our Partner’s happiness is maintained, we’ve set up seven networks to represent the diversity and inclusion of our Partners. Their aim is to provide support and diversity training among their members and give everyone the opportunity to connect with people who are similar or different to them. Also – and just as importantly – the Partnership networks influence the business’ overall Diversity and Inclusion strategy.
Find out a little more about each of our network’s diversity and inclusion efforts:
Our Ability network has a mission to foster an understanding and supportive environment in which all Partners with or without a mental, physical or learning challenges are enabled to flourish and celebrate being themselves. They’re making conversations about different abilities easier, helping Partners, managers and the wider business to have open and honest conversations about ability as part of everyday life.
If you have a disability, learning difficulty, medical condition or any other individual needs (which you feel you need support with in making an application) we’ll be happy to make reasonable adjustments to provide you with an equal opportunity. For more information on the support we can offer, please click here
When applying for a role in the Partnership you can expect the same level of commitment towards equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace as you’ll experience when you’ve started with us. We treat all our applicants fairly and with respect, irrespective of their background, disability or any other protected characteristic. The benefits of diversity in the workplace allows the Partnership to create a united workforce for you to start your journey.
For more information on the application journey, click here.
Milton Keynes - Magna Park
£29000 - £36300
Closing Date: 29/10/2021
£13 - £16.25
Closing Date: 30/10/2021