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Video: CPD programme for schools – Discrimination and family friendly rights

This recording of the fourth webinar in our CPD Programme for schools focuses on discrimination and family friendly rights.

In this webinar the topics we covered were:

    • What is equality, diversity and inclusion?
    • What is discrimination and protected characteristics?
    • What form can discrimination take in the workplace?
    • How do you identify and prevent discrimination?
    • Family friendly rights
    • Horizon issues

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Click here to download a copy of the slides that were used during the webinar

Ward Hadaway’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Programme for schools is a programme of HR and employment law training designed for our clients and contacts. For more information on the Programme and a list of upcoming webinars, please click here.

These sessions are completely free and will take place by Zoom, so they will not disrupt your day. They are perfect for HR professionals and managers who have responsibility for managing people.

Please note that this briefing is designed to be informative, not advisory and represents our understanding of English law and practice as at the date indicated. We would always recommend that you should seek specific guidance on any particular legal issue.

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