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Everyday Inclusion Newsletter from Inclusive Employers
Issue 4 September 2016
National Inclusion Week 2016
National Inclusion Week 2016
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Britain after the Brexit Vote

Rosie Pollock, Senior Inclusion and Diversity Consultant, discusses the importance of addressing workplace banter after the brexit vote.
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National Inclusion Week Blog


Ryan Bruce at House of Commons tells us what they have done this year for National Inclusion Week. Let us know what you have been up to and we will publish it on the National Inclusion Week website.
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Being flexible about flexible working!
 
Flybe v Seville
 
 
10 years of the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations
 
Dove v Brown & Newith Ltd
Roberts v Cash Zone (Camberley) Ltd
Kerr v O'Hara Brothers Surfacing Ltd
Homer v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police
Beck v Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Lockwood v DWP

 
Inclusion starts with... hello

Rachel Hughes
National Grid

Guest Editor

 

Safety is key within National Grid. In Inclusion and Diversity terms, we look for a workforce where everyone feels safe to say what they think and safe to be who they are.

One important lever for achieving this has been Reverse Mentoring. Over the past year a number of senior managers have been mentored by more junior employees from all sorts of diverse backgrounds. This has been a great way of securing more senior level sponsorship and creating a deeper understanding of issues and barriers facing some employees. It’s worked well in conjunction with the activities carried out by our employee resource groups and by the communications we send out – many of which are based on the insightful material we are sent by Inclusive Employers!

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Tuesday 4 October
14:00 to 16:00

Understanding Islamic Practice and Culture in the workplace

This workshop will explore the differences between religion and culture, the various strands of the Islamic faith, and what this means in practice when it comes to finding appropriate and balanced solutions to employment issues.
 
Tuesday 11 October
14:00 to 16:00

Are you ready for the Mandatory Gender Pay Reporting?
 
Under the proposed Equality Act (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations, organisations from the private and voluntary sectors of more than 250 employees will be required to publish information on equal pay and the differences in pay between male and female employees. This workshop will highlight best practice to tackle the gender pay gap and offer an opportunity to ask questions to an expert in this field.
 
Thursday 13 October
10:00 to 12:00

Personality: The Next Big Thing for Inclusion?
 

As modern science begins to illuminate the genetic, neuro-biological and evolutionary basis of personality traits, understanding how workplaces enable or inhibit people’s ability to work in the way that is best for them is becoming a hot topic of discussion and debate. This workshop will focus on Introversion & Extroversion, as well as the temperament trait of High Sensitivity.

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