Equality Act 2010
The Equality Act 2010 - Are you compliant?
Research from international law firm Eversheds reveals that 75% of HR professionals surveyed fear that the Equality Act 2010 will lead to an increase in claims.
Over half of employers (57%) have responded to these concerns by implementing training on the Act for managers or staff, or intend to do so. However, nearly a third (29%) had no plans to implement training.
jml Diversity Training Services have a course that will help you - Details Here
The main provisions of the new Equality Act have become law since the 1st October. The Act brings disability, sex, race and other grounds of discrimination within one piece of legislation, and also makes changes to the law.
This is an important piece of legislation and your organisation may need to update some of your employment practices and documentation to respond to the heightened focus on matters of discrimination. Equality law applies whatever the sector you work in or the size of your organisation.
Equality training can be an important part of showing that you are preventing discrimination, harassment and victimisation in your organisation. We would like to work with you to increase understanding of the practical implications for employers, employees and service providers.
The jml Diversity Training Services course will help you and your employees understand the new provisions of the Act and to understand what is and isn't acceptable behaviour. There will be lots of opportunity to discuss the changes and how to take them forward in a positive and constructive manner.
The Equality Act 2010
The course will cover
Ensuring equality and diversity stays as a key organisational priority and does not get squeezed by other demands is essential. To achieve this requires a style of training that ensures the right leadership for equality and diversity, one that can challenge and change values, beliefs and organisational behaviours and develop positive action initiatives. We have rigorously trained experts in experiential culture change work, who are highly facilitative & interactive, and deliver inspirational, enduring and effective results.
Equality training can be an important part of showing that you are preventing discrimination, harassment and victimisation in your organisation. Why not contact us to-day to discuss your requirements.
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