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All Acas events on Equality, diversity and the Equality Act 2010 for all regions

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28 March 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.


It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.


The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.


Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.


 



Taunton
28 March 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



North Hykeham, Lincoln
29 March 2017
09:30 - 13:00 Nearly Full
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.


It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.


The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.


Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.


 

This event is nearly full

Bournemouth
29 March 2017
09:30 - 12:30 Nearly Full
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.


It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.


The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.


Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.


 

This event is nearly full

Manchester
30 March 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?

This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.

In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.




Newcastle upon Tyne
5 April 2017
09:15 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Basildon
6 April 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Newcastle upon Tyne
6 April 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?

This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.

In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.




Manchester
11 April 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Birmingham
11 April 2017
09:30 - 13:00 Nearly Full
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 

This event is nearly full

Leeds
12 April 2017
09:30 - 13:00 Nearly Full
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.


It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.


The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.


Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.


 

This event is nearly full

Derby
12 April 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Manchester
13 April 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?

This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.

In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.




York
18 April 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Leeds
20 April 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Manchester
20 April 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Manchester
20 April 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Nottingham
20 April 2017
10:00 - 13:00 Full
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 

This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

London
21 April 2017
09:30 - 13:00 Nearly Full
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.


It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.


The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.


Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.


 

This event is nearly full

Cardiff
25 April 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Bullying and Harassment at Work

Learn ways to tackle bullying and harassment in the workplace and raise employee motivation, attendance and productivity.

Leeds
25 April 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Newcastle upon Tyne
26 April 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Glasgow
27 April 2017
09:15 - 13:00
Bullying and Harassment at Work

Learn ways to tackle bullying and harassment in the workplace and raise employee motivation, attendance and productivity.

Colchester
27 April 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?

This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.

In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.




Leeds
27 April 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Behaviours at work - understanding the unacceptable

Unacceptable behaviours, such as bullying and harassment or aggressive attitudes, can lead to increased levels of absence, staff turnover, and lower staff morale which can reduce productivity.


The effects of unacceptable behaviours are harmful to all concerned and potentially expensive for organisations with real reputation risks an issue.


This event provides delegates with valuable information about what constitutes unacceptable behaviour and bullying and harassment. We outline what the law says (in regards to the Equality Act) and the views of the Tribunals. We then look at the responsibilities you have as an employer and the implications for choosing not to address these issues.



STAFFORD
27 April 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?

This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.

In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.




Swansea
27 April 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Wrexham
27 April 2017
12:30 - 16:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Plymouth
2 May 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Manchester
3 May 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Bristol
3 May 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Working with Unconscious Bias

This course provides an introduction to Unconscious Bias, the effects it can have in the workplace and positive ways to overcome it.

Newcastle upon Tyne
4 May 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Taunton
5 May 2017
09:15 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Norwich
5 May 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?

This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.

In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.




Sheffield
10 May 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



North Hykeham, Lincoln
10 May 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Bournemouth
11 May 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Edinburgh
11 May 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Swindon
11 May 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Working with Unconscious Bias

This course provides an introduction to Unconscious Bias, the effects it can have in the workplace and positive ways to overcome it.

Manchester
11 May 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Chepstow
12 May 2017
10:00 - 13:00
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.

We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.

The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Reading
16 May 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Manchester
17 May 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Behaviours at work - understanding the unacceptable

Unacceptable behaviours, such as bullying and harassment or aggressive attitudes, can lead to increased levels of absence, staff turnover, and lower staff morale which can reduce productivity.


The effects of unacceptable behaviours are harmful to all concerned and potentially expensive for organisations with real reputation risks an issue.


This event provides delegates with valuable information about what constitutes unacceptable behaviour and bullying and harassment. We outline what the law says (in regards to the Equality Act) and the views of the Tribunals. We then look at the responsibilities you have as an employer and the implications for choosing not to address these issues.



STAFFORD
18 May 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Exeter
18 May 2017
10:00 - 13:00 Full
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 

This training event is fully booked, please check our programme for an alternative Acas event which meets your needs, or phone 0300 123 1150 to find out about future events.

London
19 May 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Cardiff
19 May 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Bristol
19 May 2017
10:00 - 13:00
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.

We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.

The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Crawley
22 May 2017
10:00 - 13:00
Working with Unconscious Bias

This course is an introduction to Unconscious Bias, the effects it can have in the work place and positive ways of working with it.

London
23 May 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Truro
25 May 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?

This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.

In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.




Bromsgrove
25 May 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Sheffield
26 May 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Newport
30 May 2017
09:30 - 16:30
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Leeds
30 May 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Nottingham
30 May 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?

This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.

In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.




Cardiff
6 June 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Dignity and respect in the workplace

This In-Depth session will show you how to open the door to dignity and respect at work as a way of unlocking the talent in your employees. We focus on practical steps you can take to create a culture that protects your business whilst helping it flourish.

Worcester
6 June 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Cheltenham
6 June 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?

This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.

In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.




Wrexham
7 June 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Leeds
8 June 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Plymouth
8 June 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Behaviours at work - understanding the unacceptable

Unacceptable behaviours, such as bullying and harassment or aggressive attitudes, can lead to increased levels of absence, staff turnover, and lower staff morale which can reduce productivity.


The effects of unacceptable behaviours are harmful to all concerned and potentially expensive for organisations with real reputation risks an issue.


This event provides delegates with valuable information about what constitutes unacceptable behaviour and bullying and harassment. We outline what the law says (in regards to the Equality Act) and the views of the Tribunals. We then look at the responsibilities you have as an employer and the implications for choosing not to address these issues.



Bristol
14 June 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Wrexham
14 June 2017
12:30 - 16:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



St Austell
21 June 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?

This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.

In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.




Newcastle upon Tyne
22 June 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Hull
23 June 2017
09:30 - 16:30
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

York
23 June 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Liverpool
23 June 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Behaviours at work - understanding the unacceptable

Unacceptable behaviours, such as bullying and harassment or aggressive attitudes, can lead to increased levels of absence, staff turnover, and lower staff morale which can reduce productivity.


The effects of unacceptable behaviours are harmful to all concerned and potentially expensive for organisations with real reputation risks an issue.


This event provides delegates with valuable information about what constitutes unacceptable behaviour and bullying and harassment. We outline what the law says (in regards to the Equality Act) and the views of the Tribunals. We then look at the responsibilities you have as an employer and the implications for choosing not to address these issues.



Plymouth
27 June 2017
09:15 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



CAMBRIDGE
27 June 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Swansea
29 June 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Exeter
29 June 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Leicester
29 June 2017
10:00 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



London
3 July 2017
09:30 - 16:30
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Sheffield
5 July 2017
09:15 - 13:00
Gender Pay Reporting

New legislation on Gender Pay reporting is due to be introduced in late 2016 with the first measures taking effect from April 2017.

It will be soon be compulsory for organisations with over 250 employees to measure and report on their Gender Pay gap.

The new legislation will apply to public and private businesses and voluntary sector organisations. NB: Whether wholly Welsh authorities are required to do so will be a matter for the Welsh Government and is yet to be determined.

Organisations employing more than 250 employees may need to review their current pay systems, other people policies and reporting processes to make sure they can best comply with the new legislation.

 



Bedford
5 July 2017
10:00 - 13:00
Working with Unconscious Bias

This course is an introduction to Unconscious Bias, the effects it can have in the work place and positive ways of working with it.

London
7 July 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?


This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.


In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.





Newport
18 July 2017
09:30 - 13:00
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Northampton
19 July 2017
09:30 - 16:30
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Leeds
19 July 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Newcastle upon Tyne
25 July 2017
09:30 - 16:00
Managing an ageing workforce

This full day event will focus on the benefits and challenges of managing a multi-generational workforce. It will provide you with practical guidance on recruiting and retaining older workers, achieving a healthy work-life balance for employees, performance management, retirement and recognising the most common health concerns that can affect older workers.

Cardiff
1 August 2017
09:15 - 13:00
Bullying and Harassment at Work

Learn ways to tackle bullying and harassment in the workplace and raise employee motivation, attendance and productivity.

Bedford
13 September 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Working with Unconscious Bias

This course provides an introduction to Unconscious Bias, the effects it can have in the workplace and positive ways to overcome it.

Newcastle upon Tyne
3 October 2017
09:15 - 13:00
Bullying and Harassment at Work

Learn ways to tackle bullying and harassment in the workplace and raise employee motivation, attendance and productivity.

Cambridge
13 October 2017
10:00 - 13:00
Working with Unconscious Bias

This course is an introduction to Unconscious Bias, the effects it can have in the work place and positive ways of working with it.

London
17 October 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Newcastle upon Tyne
18 October 2017
09:15 - 13:00
Bullying and Harassment at Work

Learn ways to tackle bullying and harassment in the workplace and raise employee motivation, attendance and productivity.

Ipswich
18 October 2017
09:30 - 12:30
Working with Unconscious Bias

This course provides an introduction to Unconscious Bias, the effects it can have in the workplace and positive ways to overcome it.

Newcastle upon Tyne
11 January 2018
09:30 - 12:30
Dress in the workplace, tattoos and piercings

What are you allowed to ask your employees to wear? And how far can you influence how they present themselves in the workplace and to your customers?

This can be a very tricky issue which has led many employers into high profile debates in the media spotlight.

In this half-day course, our experienced trainers will explain, in a practical and straightforward way, employer and employee rights, the benefits of having a dress code policy and how best to successfully implement one.




Newcastle upon Tyne
17 January 2018
09:30 - 12:30
Equality, Diversity and Discrimination: the essentials

This half day training session covers the essentials of Equality and Diversity that all organisations, employee representatives and HR professionals need to be aware of.


We’ll be covering the different types of discrimination – including the nine protected characteristics - and sharing good practice that you can adopt and promote within your organisation.


The session will include the most recent changes brought about by the Equality Act.



Newcastle upon Tyne
13 February 2018
09:30 - 12:30
Working with Unconscious Bias

This course provides an introduction to Unconscious Bias, the effects it can have in the workplace and positive ways to overcome it.

Newcastle upon Tyne