“You have been an absolute star and I am so grateful for your assistance. I cannot emphasize enough how helpful you have been. I could not have done this on my own. It is very emotionally upsetting and draining for me.”
The fight against the Covid-19 virus has put much of the economy into deep freeze, affecting thousands of businesses and millions of employees.
If the government’s strategy succeeds, the hope is that people will soon be able to return to work without suffering any significant long-term impact. Until that happens, compliance with government guidelines and widespread disruption to daily life leave business with much to consider.
A practical day to provide you with the knowledge and awareness of discrimination, the forms it takes and the consequences. Delegates will be able to promote equality in the workplace and recognise issues before they escalate. All delegates will receive a certificate of training which will assist an employer in showing that that have an equality policy and have trained staff on the subject which will assist with the statutory defence.
Aimed at line managers, those with HR responsibilities or any employees in the business.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Join us on a first come first served basis. We will cover the following:
The protected characteristics
Discrimination – the forms it can take
Harassment and victimisation
Disability discrimination including reasonable adjustments
Recognising issues in the workplace
Equal opportunities and the benefits
Defending claims as a company
We will look at these areas using case studies and the facilitators experience in practice and in Tribunal with real stories. This is a workshop with limited Powerpoint and delegates will work through processes using real life examples in groups. Warning: delegate participation required! Businesses are welcome to send a team of their own or just a single delegate who will join a group. We will be using different scenarios from different sectors so delegates can see the law working in practice.
Join us on: 14th October 2020 9.30 – 4.00pm at Harrowden Hall, Wellingborough, NN9 5AD
Cost (includes lunch and materials)
£149 plus VAT per delegate
Early bird discount £99 plus VAT per delegate available until 7.08.2020
Multiple delegate discounts for teams (5 for the price of 4)
Reduced price of £75 plus VAT for delegates who also book at the same time on the handling conduct issues workshop being held in October.
Meetings by appointment at:
Excello Law Ltd
5 Chancery Lane
Chester, Leeds & Liverpool
Sarah King t/a SK Employment Law is not a firm of solicitors. Sarah King is a consultant solicitor at Excello Law Limited and legal services are provided by Excello Law Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority under SRA number 512898.