Religion in the Workplace

Thursday, January 23, 2020 - 10:00 to 12:00
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Central London

Workshop outline

World Religion Day is held annually on the third Sunday in the year and aims to promote inter-faith understanding and harmony. It focuses on acknowledging, understanding and accepting difference.

To mark this day Inclusive Employers are hosting a workshop to explore how religion is experienced in the workplace, the steps we can take to increase visibility and openness around religious beliefs and the tangible benefits this brings to the business.

We will focus on two areas current areas of concern in particular, Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia. We will explore the source of these entrenched viewpoints, understand their prevalence and how they manifest in society and the workplace and consider what employers can do to increase multi-faith understanding and create workplaces that are ready to embrace religion along with other areas of difference.

What you will learn

We will examine:

Why embracing difference on the basis of religion and faith is important in the workplace

Data on religious intolerance

The nature of Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia

How religious intolerance is experienced in society and the workplace

The steps employers can take to create workplaces where religion is visible and staff with religious beliefs feel included

Who should attend:

Anyone with a passion/interest in learning more about this topic. The session will be also be relevant to:

HR colleagues

D&I professionals

Line managers

This 2 hour workshop costs £99 + VAT for members or £125 + VAT for non-members. All members are entitled to one free place at 10 workshops per year.

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Non-member: £125.00 +VAT