Creating a workplace culture in which employees feel able to raise concerns is an essential aspect of a great place to work. There is a legal underpinning to this but increasingly employers are looking to go beyond that and adopt an ethical approach.

On this interactive online two-hour course, we will explore what legal compliance means when responding to concerns about bullying and harassment or potential whistleblowing - and what a good practice approach requires.

Agenda

Reactive response: what is expected of a manager / employer?

  • recent examples from real-life cases
  • harassment & bullying
  • whistleblowing
  • maintaining confidentiality 

Being proactive: beyond legal compliance

  • why encourage workers to raise concerns?
  • what is the value of 'constructive challenge'?
  • policy options (with examples)
  • addressing fears about speaking up
  • monitoring & accountability
  • reporting outcome to person who raised concern

 

Event date

09:30 - 11:30 BST
Interactive online training (2 x 50 minutes)
£75 + VAT per person

09:30 - 11:30 BST
Interactive online training (2 x 50 minutes)
£75 + VAT per person