This session is with forum theatre actors
What is harassment at work? This issue can still give rise to difficult judgement calls, particularly in the context of disciplinary and grievance processes. We will explore useful guidance from the EHRC. We will then consider what steps an employer is expected to take when the source of the harassment is a ‘third party’ such as a customer, client, supplier, or member of the public. Selwyn Blyth will be joined by forum theatre actors, who will bring these issues to life using ‘forum theatre’. You will have the opportunity to make suggestions on how to address the issues – but no role playing or acting is required of you.
Training course outline
- Reminder of definition of harassment at work
- Real-life examples to illustrate unintentional effect on working environment
- EHRC technical guidance
- Bullying & harassment policies: compliance v good practice
- What is ‘third party’ harassment?
- When is an employer liable for this?
- What steps should an employer take to address ‘third party’ harassment?
Our interactive, virtual format allows delegates to have mini-discussions in break-out rooms as well as provide an opportunity for active participation. Please note this session will not be recorded.
The price per delegate for each half-day session is £75.00 plus VAT. Reserve one place at two courses for £140 plus VAT or all three courses for £200.00 plus VAT.
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This year’s virtual HRLaw training programme also includes:
Tuesday 18 May: Termination of employment: protecting reputations and confidential information
Tuesday 9 November: Fostering a speak up culture: whistleblowing, compliance and beyond
HRLaw training booking form