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    Supporting those with a Disability to Achieve a Career in Construction and the Built Environment

    We have been awarded The 'two ticks' positive about disability symbol by Jobcentre Plus as we have made commitments to employ, keep and develop the abilities of disabled staff.

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    The Modern Slavery Act 2015

    Breyer Group recognises the importance of being responsible and sustainable. We are dedicated to making sure everything we do is ethical and lawful, and that we work in a socially and environmentally sustainable way. 

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    Halloween Fright Night!

    A great evening for all staff who dressed for the occasion. A big thank you goes to Katie Smith (Construction Division) for her creativity and hard work. We had a great selection of music (which included singing from Angie), scary props and 15 performing arts students from Havering College who did a great job of keeping us on our toes all night!!!

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    End of the Year Party!

    End of Year Party compliments of Breyer Group in recognition of the hard work and dedication shown by its workforce. Another great turnout for another fun-packed social event which was held at West Ham’s stadium.

A Fair, Vibrant and Positive Work Place

Here at Breyer Group everyone can thrive within our welcoming and inclusive culture. We want to bring out the best in our people and are committed to helping them fulfil their true potential. We promote fair and equal opportunities for all which is reflected in our vibrant and diverse organisation. Our people come from a wide variety of backgrounds and bring with them a myriad of talents. Ours is an environment where employees who are, or become disabled can flourish. Everyone is treated with dignity and respect and our listening management style means that everyone has a voice. We encourage all employees to contribute to the development of our company.

We are particularly proud of our elected communities, created to facilitate open lines of communication throughout the business. Our flagship Employee Ambassadors Programme creates the perfect platform for staff to share ideas, help shape company policy and participate in making key decisions for the business. Internal communities such as these promote learning and development for all, and ensure continuous improvement in the way we work.

Teams that strategically represent our core services, such as our Health and Safety Committee, actively encourage feedback from all employees, particularly those on the front line. This enables us to capture their experiences to ensure best practice, and promote a safer environment for all our staff and residents.

Employee wellbeing and work-life balance is our priority and we offer extra support to staff both in the workplace and outside. One such measure is our Employee Assistance programme which provides a confidential service for members of staff who may need help with issues arising outside of work.

We also have a bright, young events team that organises excellent company days out on a quarterly basis as well as arranging regular social activities outside of work. These range from relaxing socials where staff can unwind after a productive day on-site or in the office, to the more active, special themed events full of fun and sparkle. As you can see, the committee goes to great lengths to ensure that each event is exciting, new and memorable!

We always aim to bring out the best in our people. Our open and supportive environment has enabled us to attract and retain people who support our values of integrity and respect, and any prospective candidate can be sure that at Breyer Group they will enjoy the collaborative nature of our work.

We truly value the different personalities of our employees and the varied life experiences they bring to their work, all of which contribute greatly to the delivery of our excellent customer focused services within London and the South East.

If you are excited at the prospect of working for Breyer Group we would love to hear from you.


Gender Pay Gap

Whilst  government legislation has made it statutory for organisations with 250 or more employees to report annually on their gender pay gap, Breyer Group see this as an opportunity to look at ways of improving our business strategy in our efforts to create a diverse and gender balanced workforce reflecting the customers and communities in which we serve. As a company we recognise that whilst Construction generally attracts a higher proportion of males into the workplace, Breyer Group are committed to addressing gender representation and supporting women into the workplace.


The full Gender Pay Gap report for 2021/22 is accessible online here

The full Gender Pay Gap report for 2020/21 is accessible online here

The full Gender Pay Gap report for 2019/20 is accessible online here

The full Gender Pay Gap report for 2018/19 is accessible online here

The full Gender Pay Gap report for (2017/18) is accessible online here

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