In this episode of the podcast I bring you a brief overview of the basics of discrimination. This episode is ideal if you are new to HR, management or you just want a refresher of what discrimination is.
In this episode I will cover:
- A background to the law.
- What you need to know as an employer or HR professional.
- What protected characteristics are.
- The different types of discrimination.
- Discrimination claims which are unique to disability.
- The key steps an employer needs to take.
- Where possible provide some training to all staff on the principles of equality.
- At the very least ensure managers are aware of the key principles and elements of the Equality Act and discrimination.
- Create a culture which is fair and reasonable and within which equality is promoted.
- Have a written policy in place setting out your approach to equality.
- Seek advice if you are unsure.
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