Our people are our most valuable asset. We are committed to creating a work environment and culture that brings out their best and keeps Keller a great place to work.
We employ and promote every employee solely on the basis of his or her merit and personal contribution. This is not only about 'being fair'; it also makes sound business sense: equal opportunity will help us to hire and keep the best people, develop all employees to their best potential and use their talents and resources to the full.
Harassment and unlawful discrimination
We create a working environment which is free from unlawful discrimination and harassment.
We treat people with dignity and respect and do not tolerate action or behaviour which could be viewed as unlawful harassment or discrimination. We all take responsibility for challenging unlawful harassment and supporting others who do so.
We do our best to respect local traditions and cultures and try to be particularly sensitive to actions or behaviour which may be acceptable in one culture, but unacceptable in another.
Diversity of people, skills and abilities is a strength which will help us to achieve our best. Given our broad geographic footprint and our policy of employing local managers, we are culturally very diverse as a Group.
However we believe there is always more we can do in this area and have policies and plans in place to help us continuously improve.
Modern slavery and human trafficking statement
We expect all of our directors, officers and employees and those working on our behalf to comply with the law and act ethically and with integrity at all times, as set out in Keller’s Code of Business Conduct. Our modern slavery and human trafficking statement sets out the steps Keller has taken and continues to take to ensure that modern slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in its business or any part of its supply chain.