Being able to attract and keep the best people will be key to weathering the ‘perfect storm’ of economic and social factors facing employers in the 21st century – and organisations whose recruitment and selection processes aren’t up to scratch risk being left behind in the scramble for talent.
Bystanders can intervene to challenge inappropriate conduct in many different ways. This course explains why it’s important to take action if you witness unacceptable behaviour and sets out a range of effective strategies.
Organisations are coming to the uncomfortable realisation that years of sexual harassment training and ‘zero-tolerance’ policies have simply failed to work. So, is sexual harassment just an intractable problem? Or are employers just failing to grasp the nettle?
This training film provides a comprehensive introduction to the UK Modern Slavery Act and what it means for businesses operating in the UK. Modern slavery happens around the world and across a range of industries, from construction, farming and domestic work to mining, manufacturing and supplied labour.
Being manhandled into taxis, accused of being a fire hazard, treated like a child when you’ve got a PhD and told to clean your ears out are just some examples of the frustrating and inappropriate behaviour that disabled customers, employees and service users continue to experience. But if silly behaviour is the problem, then could laughter be the solution?