In this scenario we see how a woman working in a traditionally male environment is made to feel excluded and undermined.
We follow Mia from the moment she informs her employer of her pregnancy to the point where she returns to work.
Ceri was keen to help her colleagues understand her situation.
In this video we look at the provisions of the Equality Act and how it supports equality and diversity.
60% of black people, 42% of Asian people in the United Kingdom have experienced racism at work.
There is a clear relationship between unconscious bias, stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination.
It's essential to create a climate in which people can discuss race openly and honestly.
Take positive action to counteract the effect of past and present discrimination.
Engage with your minority network groups and recognise that they are a valuable source of information.
Equality impact assessments help you to tackle discrimination and promote equality.
There are seven stages to conducting an Equality Impact Assessment.
Transgender people have a gender identity that differs from the one they were assigned at birth.