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The Royal Marines Policies and procedures.

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Policies and procedures. The Marines try to develop a workforce through recruitment and staff selection etc. The Royal Marines has employment targets and has conducted a community and race relations act. I am going to identify how the marines develop a diverse workforce and how they promote opportunities for progression in the service, and I will also explain the policies and procedures and how these effect the diversity of the service. The Royal Marines have developed a diverse workforce by following the Race Relations Act 1976, which means that they will work in an environment where discrimination is unacceptable. They did this by identifying ares such as race, religion, gender, age, colour, ethnic origin and marital status. ...read more.


During the Thirty week training period, each recruit is treated equally. No recruit is preferred over the other, only on his or her ability and performance. During training each recruit will have a their own bed which will be located in a room with other recruits, this enables no favouritism amongst recruits, on the grounds of race or ethnicity or else strong acts of discipline are taken place. More rules are implemented for other recruits who come from different social backrounds, like religion types and ethnic origin. These new rules are things such as dress codes etc. Praying times have been set aside for Muslim followers, so they can fulfill their service of the job and also follow their religion. ...read more.


and leaders during operations, or after a certain time period they can follow further training for higher ranks or they can be given higher ranks by good behaviour and following orders. The Policies and Procedures in the Marines were designed by the Race Relations Act 1976. These acts strongly oppose all forms of discrimination on the grounds of colour, race, ethnic origin, religion, gender marital status or sexual orientation. Other Policies and procedures in the Marines are there shall be no discrimination on the grounds of being married, colour or race and all serving personnel shall have equal opportunity for employment and advancement within the service on the basis of their ability, performance and aptitude for work. Also everyone has the right to work in an evironment free from harassment, intimidation or abuse. BY GARY RAFFERTY. ...read more.

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