Being an inclusive place to work is morally and ethically the right thing to do. Kier is committed to doing just that, and being a place where everyone has their voice heard and can fulfil their potential. we’re working with others across the industry to ensure the construction sector is a welcoming one to candidates from all backgrounds.
Everyone at Kier should expect respect
To deliver on our commitment of being an inclusive place to work, we have introduced Expect Respect, a campaign that educates employees on inclusive language and communicates Kier’s zero tolerance approach to bullying and harassment.
As part of the campaign, we have introduced a confidential call it out line for people to report bullying and harassment and launched the five respect basics, which everyone who works with and for Kier is expected to follow:
- Banter is not an excuse
- Call it out
- Be open minded
- Respect each other
- Take action
Find out more about the D&I milestones Kier will hit between now and 2026 in our D&I roadmap.
Kier’s employee networks
Everyone at Kier has a part to play in building an inclusive workplace. Our employee networks are a safe place for people to share their experiences and come together to drive D&I across the business. The networks are open to all employees, fostering a culture of allyship.
- The Kier Inclusion Network is our primary network that drives inclusion across all characteristics within Kier.
- The LGBT+ & Allies Network provides a safe space for our LGBT+ community and allies within Kier.
- The Gender Inclusion Network supports all genders within Kier and focuses on cultivating greater gender inclusivity across Kier.
- The Racial Inclusion Network works towards increasing racial inclusion within Kier and promoting the importance of being actively anti-racist. All employees are welcome.
- The Ability Network provides support and a collective voice for employees who have a disability or who are neurodiverse.