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Proposed new harassment laws will mean employers are far more exposed to harassment claims than currently. So it’s crucial to understand the legal risks and how best to protect your organisation and build a positive workplace culture.
But with ever-increasing pressure to improve culture and equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI), you need to be alive to how stereotypes and unlawful positive discrimination may undermine your drive to achieve this.
Our webinar, recorded on 30 March 2023, looks at:
We take you through what the new harassment laws would mean for employers and what steps you should be taking now to tackle harassment and build a positive workplace culture.
Now that we are five years on from the first year of gender pay gap reporting, employers are feeling the pressure to show that their EDI strategies are working and their gender pay gap and other diversity statistics have started to improve. The risk for employers is that in seeking to improve their pay gaps, lawful positive action could cross the line into unlawful positive discrimination. This brings the risk of discrimination claims being brought by those who are for example white/ heterosexual/ non-disabled/ male. We take you through how to avoid these claims arising and lawful steps you can take to improve EDI.
We also look at how unconscious stereotyping risks discrimination claims and how you can take action to deal with stereotyping issues, both to improve your workplace culture and to remove barriers to improving EDI.
In this 60-minute webinar we: