This lively, practical and interactive workshop will support you to understand the importance of dignity and respect at work. It will address what harassment, including sexual harassment and discrimination are, and over both the relevant employment law and best practice.
- Which behaviours constitute harassment and discrimination?
- What is the impact of it occurring at work?
- What does the law and best practice say?
- How can harassment and discrimination be prevented and addressed, should it occur?
- Action planning next steps
Employers play a key role in protecting all employees at work, and offering staff training is a vital part of that. The consequences of allowing harassment or discrimination at work are serious - not only legally, but also financially, professionally and personally. Treating your employees with dignity, respect and courtesy is all important in attracting and retaining the best.
- By the end of the workshop, you will have:
- Identified the impact your behaviour can have on others
- Learnt how to recognise harassment and discrimination at work
- Understood the relevant employment laws and best practice that apply to you at work
- Discussed steps you can take to prevent and address any complaints from a manager or colleague
- Identified on-going actions
The session will enable you to discuss case studies and situations that could occur in their own environments, with a focus on developing knowledge and awareness to take back to the workplace.
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