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This area contains pages of information on legal aspects which can affect people in various situations, including, working, training or in education.There are also links to other web sites containing further specialist information which you can access.

Accessibility Statement

Making our site accessible is important to us. The Career Connect website has been designed with accessibility in mind. 

As far as is possible, we try to ensure that it operates across multiple platforms and browsers and is accessible to everyone who wants to use it.

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You can find out more by going to our website terms and conditions.

Equal Opportunities

Career Connect is against all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination. The principles of equal opportunity and diversity underpin all Career Connect activity and positive action is taken to ensure everyone is given equal and fair access to every opportunity. 


If you feel you have been treated unfairly because of a disability, because of your ethnicity, or due to any other reason (age, gender, sexuality, religion, etc) 

Contact Us and we will support you to get the right help and advice. 

Data Protection

Career Connect Partnership Ltd complies with all aspects of the Data Protection Act 1998

Audit and Risk Committee of the Board

You can download the terms of reference for the Audit and Risk Committee here.

Gender Pay Gap

New regulations introduced from April 2017 require employers with 250 or more employees to publish details of their employees’ gender pay and any bonus differentials. The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 apply to private and voluntary sector organisations.

Career Connect has taken early steps to ensure data is available to meet the legal requirements to publish a report annually, commencing April 2018.

Click here for the Gender pay gap report





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