At St Leger Homes we are committed to fairness and equality as an employer and a service provider.
We want to help make Doncaster a more cohesive, multi-cultural society where difference is valued and celebrated with quality homes we manage in quality neighbourhoods.
We FEEL our culture and values. Click here to find out more about our values 'Fairness, Empowerment, Excellence and Local'.
We are committed to putting residents at the heart of everything we do providing services that are accessible, inclusive and fairly delivered for our staff, tenants and residents living in our neighbourhoods.
Find out more about our commitment to Equality and Diversity by clicking on the links below:
Read our EDI Strategy 2022 2026 which set out our key equality objectives to ensure our continued commitment to fairness and equality is embedded throughout the organisation, and everyone representing St Leger Homes.
We hope you enjoy reading for our Fairness and Equality Statement. It sets out our five commitments to ensure Fairness and Equality are embedded across the organisation and in the way in which we deliver our services.
The Disability Confident scheme is a government initiative aimed at:
- Providing employers with the confidence, skills and tools they need to help them recruit and retain disabled staff as they progress in their careers
- Challenging misconceptions towards disability and employment
- Increasing understanding and awareness of disabilities, both mental and physical
- Supporting employers to make the most of the talents and insights disabled people can bring to the workforce
The Disability Confident scheme has three levels:
Level 1: Disability Confident Committed
Level 2: Disability Confident Employer
Level 3: Disability Confident Leader
We are currently at level 2, ‘Employer’ status.
We want to give everyone the opportunity to reach their full potential and make a positive impact on our success.
The Housing Diversity Network (HDN) are a not for profit, social enterprise that supports organisations in the housing sector become more inclusive in the way that they are run, and the services that they provide. Their membership scheme provides mentoring support and instant access to information and support on equality and diversity issues.
For more information please visit the HDN website at
Women into Construction is an independent not-for-profit organisation that promotes gender equality in construction. We provide bespoke support to women wishing to work in the construction industry and assist contractors to recruit highly motivated, trained women, helping to reduce skills gaps and create a more gender-equal workforce.