Unconscious Bias in the Workplace: Employment Law ForumPosted on 21st September 2015
The Maine Group Consultants in Recruitment, in association with Boyes Turner LLP, are hosting a forum on Unconscious Bias in the Workplace.
The seminar enables delegates to gain awareness around key diversity issues and understanding our bias. The seminar creates an open environment where delegates are able to explore their queries regarding the topic. Through sharing and case studies and experimental learning, delegates will develop skills to challenge inappropriate behaviour, accept people’s differences, think openly, empathise with others and evaluate their own behaviour and thinking.
The seminar also includes a 90minute case law and legislation update by Boyes Turner, Employment Law specialists, who will also be around during the day for you to speak to.
22nd October 2015
9:00 - 3:30pm
Royal College of Physicians
Council Chamber Room
11 St Andrews Place
£120 + VAT
What the session will cover:
- How the Equality Act and the protected characteristics affects you and your organisation
- Value legislation as a business opportunity, explore how inclusion and equality drives high performance
- Exploring challenges within your organisation
- Challenge hidden assumptions in your working cultures, and how it affects different cultures in this diverse world
- Take-away tools to develop a strategy and action plan
Akua Appiah-Ampofo is an HR Professional with generalist experience in HR services, such as strategic HRM (and has served as a consultant on mergers, change management and organisational development) recruitment, developing, employee relations, and diversity training and coaching.
Although her role is primarily HR management, she continues to take on Consultancy and senior level briefings. Akua has worked with clients in both the private and public sector such as The Home Office, HMRC, HSBC, RBS, Lloyds TSB, HB0S, Citi, BP, National Grid and KPMG.
Akua has also designed, developed and delivered training and briefings on equality and diversity and workplace Human resource issues, which forms part of a few resources.
Introduction by The Maine Group
Case Law and Legislation Update by Shaista Ali and Helen Goss, Boyes Turner
Tea and Coffee Break
Session 1: Akua Appiah-Ampofo
Session 2: Akua Appiah-Ampofo
Q&A and close
To book your place, please contact Kate: email@example.com
For Corporate membership, please email Meeta Sahni for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org