Movemeon’s Diversity and Inclusion Policy

Our diverse global community makes Movemeon possible

Movemeon is committed to encouraging equality, diversity and inclusion among its Clients’, and its own, workforce.


We believe in equality, fairness and respect for all in our recruitment – it shouldn’t be about who you know, and the industry should not be dominated by a small number of gatekeepers making subjective assessments. By putting candidates in control of who they apply to, and how they are presented, we are looking to create a fairer, more meritocratic process.

We are also committed to continuing to learn as a business, and adopt new practices to work towards eliminating bias and unlawful discrimination

– Nick and Rich, Movemeon founders

The aim

Our aim is to help your workforce to be truly representative of all sections of society and our customers, and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best. Movemeon is also committed against unlawful discrimination of its members or the public.

Obligation to dissent

This policy comprises part of our terms for using our site; by accepting our terms both you, and we, have to adhere to this policy. Movemeon and its employees have an obligation to dissent (i.e., they are obliged to say) if they feel that any recruitment practices by a Client are not promoting diversity and inclusion (see below a list of obligations).

If at any time an employee of Movemeon does not feel comfortable raising an issue/ concern, they are obliged to bring this to the attention of their manager and/or escalate internally to our Diversity and Inclusivity Officer.

Movemeon’s obligations

  • provide equality, fairness and respect for all in our recruitment
  • to share best practices on attracting and retaining a diverse and inclusive workforce across protected characteristics and socio-economic classes
  • actively promote diversity and inclusivity in recruiting, highlighting benefits and drawing on literature/ case studies
  • ensure no unlawful discrimination because of the Equality Act 2010 protected characteristics of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race (including colour, nationality, and ethnic or national origin), religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation
  • oppose and avoid all forms of unlawful discrimination. This includes in pay and benefits, terms and conditions of employment, dealing with grievances and discipline, dismissal, redundancy, leave for parents, requests for flexible working, and selection for employment, promotion, training or other developmental opportunities