Law At Work CONFERENCE ON EQUALITY, INCLUSION & RESPECT

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LAW (Law At Work) will be hosting a Conference in Edinburgh on 28th February and again in Glasgow on 1st March 2017 on the subject of Equality, Inclusion and Respect and want to spread news of the benefits of inclusive workforces far and wide!

Why should I attend?

LAW have brought together expert speakers to provide their insight into how you can create a genuinely inclusive workplace. By attending this conference you will:

  • Learn about the return on investment on equality, inclusivity and respect
  • Become better equipped at dealing with sensitive conflict between employees
  • Hear how to overcome unconscious bias
  • Discover how to foster a better environment of trust
  • Understand how you can go beyond a tick box exercise
  • Network and share good practice

LAW are confident you will leave with a fresh perspective and insight to help you improve your organisation effectiveness; reduce the risk of discrimination claims and ensure an authentic place to work.

LAW know that working on these areas translates into business benefit and they are confident you will share their view. To encourage you to join them, for each new place booked you can have an additional place for £95.00 + VAT (standard rate)

When is the event?

Edinburgh: 28th February, 10am to 4pm – Venue to be confirmed
Glasgow: 1st March, 10am to 4pm – Venue to be confirmed

Who will be contributing?

LAW will be joined by guest speakers including Chief Executive of Stonewall, Ruth Hunt. Last year Ruth drew a full house at the LAW London event, her contributions are always hugely uplifting and motivational. She will be speaking on ‘why inclusivity makes good business sense’.

The programme includes the opportunity to hear from other expert speakers:

  • Dealing with workplace tensions regarding conflicting employee views: John Wilkes, Chief Executive of Scottish Refugee Council and former Scotland Director of Equal Opportunities Commission
  • Sharing strategies for overcoming unconscious bias & ensuring inclusive communication in the workplace: Di Airey, Director of Diversity Dynamics
  • Visible solutions to invisible issues: fostering an environment of trust: George Valiotis, CEO of HIV Scotland
  • Changing policy into practice: what’s the maximum you can do for your workforce? Talat Yaqoob, Director of Equate Scotland

Secure your place today by booking on the Law At Work website or by e-mailing info@lawatwork.co.uk

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