ADA Accessibility

It is the policy of H&H to provide reasonable accommodation to any individual with a disability who needs one to complete the job application process. If you need accommodation, you may request it by sending an e-mail to Please indicate which position you are applying for, and state your reasonable accommodation request for assistance. Only reasonable accommodation requests related to applications for specific positions within H&H will be reviewed at the e-mail address supplied. Thank you for considering H&H for your next career opportunity.

H&H ensures nondiscrimination in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. For additional information or special assistance for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency, contact Suzana Mayer, Human Resources Director in our New York office, 212.944.1150

Hardesty y Hanover garantiza la no discriminación en todos los programas y actividades, de conformidad con el Título VI del Acta de Derechos Civiles de 1964. Para obtener información adicional o asistencia especial para personas con discapacidades o dominio limitado del Ingles, pueden comunicarse con Suzana Mayer, el Director de Recursos Humanos en nuestra oficina en Nueva York al telefono 212.944.1150.

Global Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Statement

Our work is delivered by employees (permanent, consultants, contractors, and sub-consultants) and suppliers. H&H’s scope of professional services produce a lower risk relative to modern slavery and human trafficking. However, our firm is committed to being a conscientious business, and we employ a high standard of ethics.

H&H seeks to comply with laws and regulations pertaining to forced labor, human trafficking, and modern slavery. We will not tolerate any abuse of human rights within our business or supply chain. Our HR Director will respond immediately if there are any complaints about human rights not being properly recognized.


All H&H Employees and new hires undergo annual compliance training, which includes several educational training courses on cybersecurity, business ethics, health & safety, anti-corruption, anti-bribery, and more. H&H’s Human Resources Department is available to help employees navigate ethically challenging situations, and we retain US and UK attorneys. These attorneys help to inform our company policy decisions and can advise employees on the best course of action in confusing circumstances. As of 2024, H&H is committed to beginning an annual reporting process to track compliance with the Modern Slavery Act. During the current financial year, we will keep records of steps the firm has undertaken to ensure no Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery is occurring in our own business and supply chain. The UK H&H Headquarters opened in 2022, and we work to conform to local laws. Prior to 2024, the organization had not maintained a reporting process to track compliance with the Modern Slavery Act.

Due Diligence

H&H’s Procurement Policy outlines standards for the procurement of services and goods on behalf of the firm and its partners. Our procurement department is responsible for complying with internal business ethics standards and the Anti-Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Policy. H&H performs a risk-based due diligence process to assess any client or partner that the company may engage. This process helps to flag suspicious activities like corruption, bribery, and human rights violations. We employ a third-party entity to audit the firm on an annual basis.

H&H is dedicated to supporting a healthy and safe working environment for all employees. We monitor social standards in our supply chain to ensure that our partners enact a high standard for business ethics. We foster an open line of communication between managers and employees, along with Human Resources. Internal review policies and procedures are subject to recurring audits to assure that they are effective in thwarting Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery.

Paul Skelton, PE
Chief Development Officer