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Discrimination in the workplace

The 2010 Equality Act is the most significant piece of equality legislation for many years. It makes it easier for employers to understand their responsibilities by simplifying and streamlining the law. It also sets a new standard for those who provide public services to treat everyone with dignity and respect.

Understanding discrimination within the workplace is an essential element for any employer, along with effective policies and procedures.

Who the course is for

This course is suitable HR and personnel professionals, business owners, managers at all levels and anyone interested in understanding the Equality Act and how it affects the organisation.

This one-day practical workshop focuses on the protected characteristics and how discrimination can occur in the workplace. It will provide delegates with the knowledge to recognise, avoid and manage complaints of discrimination in recruitment and working conditions.

What you will learn

By the end of the session, the delegates will have the confidence and knowledge to handle complaints of discrimination, bullying and harassment.

Course Outline

  • Understand the legal framework of discrimination law in the UK
  • Protected characteristics – what are the protected characteristics?
  • Discrimination – the different types of discrimination and how discrimination can occur
  • Avoiding discrimination – how to avoid complaints of discrimination in recruitment and working conditions
  • Focus on bullying and harassment – how to manage informal and formal complaints of bullying and harassment, including investigation techniques, formal grievance hearings, communicating the outcome and taking appropriate action following the grievance
  • Employment tribunal and the business liability and potential awards

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