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Diversity and Inclusion

Future Partners respects and promotes equal opportunities including when working and engaging with Associates, both within or outside of New Zealand.

Future Partners is committed to developing a rich culture and diverse talent pool of Associates; as well as a healthy working environment in which all Associates are treated fairly and are respected and have the opportunity to contribute to the success of Future Partners, while also having the opportunity to achieve their own full potential as individuals.

Diversity at Future Partners refers to all the characteristics that make individuals different from each other, it includes characteristics or factors such as religion, race, ethnic origin, language, gender, sexual orientation, disability, age or any other potential factor of difference.

Future Partners understands that the wide range of experiences and perspective resulting from such diversity promotes innovation and success. Diversity management makes us creative, productive, responsive, competitive, and creates value for our clients.

Therefore Future Partners seeks to eliminate discrimination in the workplace setting; eliminate harassment of any kind (sexual, bullying, etc.) when engaging with clients and communities; and create equal opportunities and promote positive relationships among people.

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