Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios is an equal opportunity employer and aims to have an inclusive work environment.
While it is voluntary to complete the below monitoring form, by providing the information you help our Practice better understand our workforce composition, examine our processes, and meet our obligations under the Equality Act 2010 and our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion policy.
All information will be treated in confidence and will not be seen by anyone directly involved in the appointment. Your answers will be used for monitoring purposes only and stored in compliance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and FCBS’s GDPR Policy.
We monitor the community background of our job applicants in Northern Ireland in order to demonstrate our commitment to promoting equality of opportunity in employment and to comply with our duties under the Fair Employment & Treatment (NI) Order 1998.
You are not obliged to answer the questions on this form and you will not suffer any penalty if you choose not to do so. Nevertheless, we encourage you to answer these questions. Your answers will be used by us to prepare and submit a monitoring return to the Equality Commission, but your identity will be kept anonymous. In all other regards your answers will be treated with the strictest confidence. We assure you that your answers will not be used by us to make any decisions affecting you, whether during the recruitment or while employed by us.
Regardless of whether they actually practice a religion, most people in Northern Ireland are perceived to be members of either the Protestant or Roman Catholic communities.
Please indicate the community to which you belong by selecting an option from the list below: