One year on from when the UK first went into a national lockdown, we will look back – and forward – on what the key inclusion learnings from this experience has been. We will look at what has changed in the work landscape since then, how people and organisations have and continue to adapt as a result of COVID-19.
In this session we will identify the key learning gained from these activities, consider the level of progress that has been made and share our ideas on how organisations can take the next active steps in dismantling racism for good.
Tuesday 16th March, 12:00 – 13:00 Webinar Overview Socio-economic background has a substantial effect on workplace inclusion. It is not protected under the Equality Act 2010, but does intersect with protected characteristics, which is why it is essential it is included in all inclusion and diversity strategies. Inclusive Employers Understanding Socio-Economic Mobility training explores how...
During 2020 the UK’s transgender and non-binary community faced growing hostility in the Press and in public. Trans people continue to face discrimination and exclusion at work, with many underemployed for their level of skill and experience or unable to safely be themselves. Thankfully, there are actions you can take to make your workplace a safer, more welcoming place for trans people. This webinar is about moving beyond simple awareness and into action.