We believe a corporate culture that welcomes and appreciates people from different backgrounds, experiences, and beliefs are more resilient in challenging times and also flourishes in good times.
We believe that everyone has something to bring to the table and an inclusive culture is a better culture. Everyone has strengths and weaknesses, by working together, we can better overcome business challenges and fortify against challenging times.
Everyone should have a voice, everyone should have a work environment that compliments their personal life, and everyone should be offered opportunities in the working society.
"I am committed to opening the door to every man and woman from all walks of life, and offering them an opportunity to work within our firm, in a safe and inclusive environment, with a culture that is supportive and nurturing, so that they feel security and purpose in their role within our organisation." - Jason Yau (founder and managing director)
The Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) is responsible for implementing the four anti-discrimination ordinances in Hong Kong, namely the Sex Discrimination Ordinance, Disability Discrimination Ordinance, Family Status Discrimination Ordinance and the Race Discrimination Ordinance.
A key strategic priority of the Commission is to ensure equal opportunities in employment for racial minorities. In order to encourage and promote racial diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace, we would like to provide employers with guidelines and best practices. The Charter aims to give interested employers a checklist of policies and practices they can implement to further their D&I objectives.