Course description

This essential workshop will introduce team members to the legal aspects of Dignity at Work in a memorable and engaging manner, and is designed to be delivered to every single employee in your organisation, in groups of up to 15 delegates.

Providing a safe and open forum for discussion and debate, this session will guide the delegates through the exploration of a variety of case studies, considering what are acceptable and unacceptable behaviours in your organisation.

Team members will review your Dignity at Work (preventing bullying and harassment) policies, to ensure full understanding of their rights and responsibilities. They will learn how to call out and/or report inappropriate behaviours, helping to create an inclusive and welcoming environment for all.

Providing this training will be one of the “reasonable steps” required by Employment Tribunals to evidence that you are working to prevent sexual harassment in your workplace.

    Course agenda

    • The Equality Act 2012 and the protected characteristics
      – The Worker Protection Act 2023 – prevention of sexual harassment
    • Definitions of bullying and harassment
    • The company’s Dignity at work policy and organisational culture
    • Recognising and reporting bullying and harassment
    • Rights and responsibilities of employees
    • Unconscious bias and its potential implications
    • Adapting your own behaviour to support an inclusive culture

    Information

    Recommended duration: 1.5 hours

    We can adapt the agenda depending on your requirements/needs.
    Please discuss this with our team.

    Suitable for: all employees

    We also have a longer version of this course for managers.

            Learner Objectives

            By the end of the session, participants will be able to: 

            • Understand equality legislation and their company’s Dignity at work policy
            • Recognise how their behaviour can impact others  
            • Have raised self-awareness of potential unconscious biases and assumptions or judgements they may make about people 
            • Know their responsibilities in relation to preventing, recognising and stopping bullying & harassment in the workplace 

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