Consequently, over the last few years we have been progressively introducing sustainable practice into our operations to provide positive and lasting economic, environmental and social benefits.
To help us focus on key areas of importance, we follow our five Total Commitments, which form the basis of our Roadmap.
As a result, we are now better placed to measure and manage the risks and opportunities that are part of being a sustainable business.
Sustainability is of central importance for Lovell so we will continue to strive and improve our sustainable practice in the future.
Morgan Sindall Group plc is committed to preventing all forms of modern slavery throughout its operations and its supply chain.
The Modern Slavery Policy applies to all of its divisions, subsidiaries, associate companies and its interests in joint venture consortia and companies and all Group employees, and works in conjunction with related Group and divisional HR Policies and Practices.
Developing and retaining talented people is a key strategic objective for the Group and vital to our success. We aim to provide all of our employees with opportunities to develop their careers, by ensuring that we operate an inclusive, empowered culture, underpinned by respect at all times.
Gender Pay Gap
The construction industry is typically male-dominated. Our analysis tells us that the under-representation of women in more senior higher paid roles is the main driver for our gender pay gap. At Morgan Sindall Group plc we are aiming to encourage more women into the industry, motivate them to stay with us, and support them in building their careers.
You can read the full gender pay gap report here.