Recent case decisions have made it clear that 'stale' training and poorly implemented equality and diversity policies will not protect employers from liability for harassment. In our latest webinar, leading discrimination expert, Sarah Gilzean and employment law specialist, Karen McGill look at the recent cases of Allay (UK) Limited v Gehlen and Taylor v Jaguar Land Rover Ltd and discuss the practical steps that employers can take to reduce the risks of discrimination and harassment occurring and liability arising.
This webinar, which you can access below, is applicable to the law of Scotland, England and Wales.
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For full details and costs of our 2 hour Equality & Diversity training session - Establishing the reasonable steps defence to protect your organisation - click here.
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