The House of Hormones

Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, and Belonging (DIEB) Policy for The House of Hormones


At The House of Hormones, we are committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive, equitable, and belonging (DIEB) environment where every individual feels valued, respected, and empowered. Our DIEB policy aligns with UK laws and regulations, promoting a workplace culture that reflects our dedication to inclusivity in all aspects of our operations, including our interactions with clients and our supply chain management.

Legal Framework

This DIEB policy adheres to the following UK laws and regulations:

  • Equality Act 2010: Prohibits discrimination on the basis of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation.
  • Human Rights Act 1998: Ensures protection of the fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals.
  • Employment Rights Act 1996: Governs the rights of employees in the workplace.
  • Modern Slavery Act 2015: Addresses issues of forced labor and human trafficking in supply chains.

Our Commitment

Workplace Inclusivity

  1. Recruitment and Hiring:
    • Implement fair and unbiased recruitment practices.
    • Encourage applications from underrepresented groups.
    • Use diverse hiring panels to minimize unconscious bias.
  2. Employee Development:
    • Provide ongoing training on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
    • Offer mentorship and career advancement programs for all employees.
    • Conduct regular assessments of employee development programs to ensure they meet the needs of a diverse workforce.
  3. Work Environment:
    • Foster a culture of respect and collaboration.
    • Promote flexible working arrangements to accommodate diverse needs.
    • Ensure all facilities and technologies are accessible to employees with disabilities.
  4. Anti-Discrimination and Harassment:
    • Implement a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, harassment, and bullying.
    • Provide clear procedures for reporting and addressing grievances.
    • Ensure confidentiality and protection for those who report incidents.

Client Engagement

  1. Inclusive Communication:
    • Use inclusive language in all client communications.
    • Provide materials in multiple languages and accessible formats.
    • Train staff to understand and respect diverse client needs and perspectives.
  2. Service Accessibility:
    • Ensure our products and services are accessible to all clients, regardless of their background or abilities.
    • Solicit feedback from clients to continuously improve our inclusivity efforts.
  3. Client Education:
    • Offer educational resources that promote understanding and awareness of diversity and inclusion.
    • Host workshops and events to engage clients in our DIEB initiatives.

Supply Chain Management

  1. Supplier Diversity:
    • Prioritize partnerships with suppliers who share our commitment to DIEB.
    • Support minority-owned, women-owned, and other diverse businesses.
  2. Ethical Sourcing:
    • Ensure all suppliers adhere to ethical labor practices and UK laws, including the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
    • Conduct regular audits of our supply chain to monitor compliance.
  3. Sustainable Practices:
    • Promote sustainability in our supply chain to support environmental justice.
    • Collaborate with suppliers to reduce environmental impact and promote ethical sourcing.

Monitoring and Accountability

  • DIEB Committee: Establish a DIEB committee to oversee the implementation and progress of our DIEB initiatives.
  • Regular Reporting: Publish annual reports on our DIEB efforts and outcomes.
  • Feedback Mechanism: Create channels for employees, clients, and suppliers to provide feedback on our DIEB practices.
  • Continuous Improvement: Regularly review and update our DIEB policy to ensure it remains relevant and effective.


The House of Hormones is dedicated to creating an inclusive environment where diversity is celebrated, equity is pursued, and every individual feels a sense of belonging. We believe that our commitment to DIEB enhances our workplace, strengthens our client relationships, and enriches our supply chain, ultimately contributing to a more inclusive society.

For more information or to provide feedback on our DIEB policy, please contact our DIEB Committee at

By implementing this DIEB policy, The House of Hormones not only complies with UK law but also takes proactive steps to promote inclusivity, equity, and belonging in all facets of our operations.

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