While agile and flexible working has been on the agenda for a while, COVID-19 has really accelerated that conversation, with many employees now experiencing and expecting more flexibility around their working patterns and shifts. Join this webinar to understand more about flexible and agile working and how the conversation around it has developed because of current events
How we identify, develop and progress talent within our organisations is key to inclusion and ensuring diversity of thought is present at all levels and in all parts of the business. Talent Management strategies are becoming increasingly complex and sophisticated but how do they factor in consideration for inclusion and are they enabling organisations to spot talent (in its widest sense) as well as potential in way that supports their inclusion goals.
This session will be a retrospective on those individuals who really did have to fight for the rights we have today.
We will look at a number of different individuals, some well known, some almost forgotten, who will inspire you to learn more and perhaps even engage more actively in the protecting our rights.
Many businesses have developed LGBT+ Allies programmes. On this members only webinar we’ll explore the wider opportunity of Inclusion Allies. Sharing our experiences from Allies programmes that we have developed with members, we’ll explore how Inclusion Allies can help you embed inclusion into every part of your business.
More than half of Britons admit suffering from loneliness in the workplace, according to research by CV Library. In times of social isolation, such feelings are likely to increase as most people are cut off from most forms of social contact with colleagues. This webinar will look at some of the reasons why people may feel lonely in the workplace, and how you can support yourself and others during this time.
he Inclusive Employers Standard (IES) is an accreditation tool that measures how inclusive your entire organisation is for all employees. In this webinar we will introduce you to the IES, what it measures - the six pillars of inclusion and how it works. We will also talk about why it is important to measure and why your organisation should take part.
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.
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.
Intersectionality is a much used term in the world of D&I and current events mean it is becoming more frequently bandied around. We know that individuals are a complex product of multiple identities, but how do we take account of this as part of our efforts to promote an inclusive workplace culture and develop policies and practices that support this.