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Avoiding & Dealing With Race Discrimination

Recent statistics indicate a substantially lower employment rate for people from an ethnic minority. Whilst the reasons for this may be complex, Government reports suggest that a large contributor to this under-employment is discrimination.  So clearly, despite improving attitudes and behaviours, race discrimination is still a problem in the workplace.  This course looks at the legal requirements in place to combat work-related race discrimination and provides a template for addressing them effectively.

Avoiding & Dealing With Race Discrimination

Over 10% of the UK workforce is made up of people of an ethnic minority – and this number is growing. UK businesses are fortunate to have a current and expanding pool of racially diverse talent that brings varied and wide-ranging experiences and perspectives to an organisation.

However, recent statistics indicate a substantially lower employment rate for people from an ethnic minority. Whilst the reasons for this may be complex, Government reports suggest that a large contributor to this under-employment is discrimination.  So clearly, despite improving attitudes and behaviours, race discrimination is still a problem in the workplace.

This online  course looks at the legal requirements in place to combat work-related race discrimination and provides a template for addressing them effectively.

Online Course Content
• Race discrimination – definition
• Race discrimination – where it may occur
• Types of race discrimination
• Indirect race discrimination
• Racial harassment
• Genuine Occupational Requirement
• Positive action

COURSE DURATION: 30 minutes


 

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