Thursday 12th March 2020
Navigator Employment Law
1 – 4 Atholl Crescent
What will it cover?
Workplaces are now more diverse than ever before, and so it is of paramount importance for employers to ensure dignity at work for all staff. Fostering an environment of dignity and mutual respect goes hand in hand with workplace wellbeing and staff cohesion, both of these serving to enhance organisational performance. This session covers:
- An overview of the legal background (The Equality Act 2010) and expectations of employers
- Recognising inappropriate workplace language and behaviours
- How to reduce the likelihood of bullying, discrimination and harassment claims
- Practical tools for handling bullying, discrimination and harassment when these do occur
- Subsequent stages to follow when harassment, bullying or discrimination claims are made
What are the outcomes?
Attendees will walk away with:
- Greater knowledge of the legal requirements surrounding bullying, discrimination and harassment
- Enhanced understanding of the importance of a culture of mutual respect on organisational cohesion and performance
- Increased confidence to deal with issues sensitively and professionally
- Take away tools to assist in handling sensitive matters
Who should attend?
This course is directed towards individuals who have received limited people management training; have taken on additional management responsibilities; are new to people matters; or simply require a refresher.
How long will the course be?
The course lasts half a day (9:30am – 12:30pm).
How much will it cost?
£120 plus VAT per delegate.
Reserving a place
Because this workshop is interactive, numbers are limited and early booking is advisable.
To book places, you can order online by clicking ‘add to basket’ above. You will be able to pay online using a credit or debit card or request payment by BACS. Alternatively, e-mail Clare Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 03330 433 931.