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Lunchtime diversity training

Inclusivity Works is offering a series of free, online lunchtime diversity sessions.

The sessions are open to employers, managers, recruiters, HR professionals and anyone with an interest in being a more inclusive employer.

The 45-minute webinars, presented in conjunction with experts, will offer practical advice and guidance. All sessions take place 12pm to 12.45pm, so attendees can watch and learn whilst eating their lunch.

The sessions are:

  • Deafness in the workplace - Tuesday November 16
  • Neurodiversity awareness - Tuesday November 23
  • Recruiting foreign workers and refugees - Tuesday November 30
  • Diversity in the workplace - Tuesday December 7

Attendees only need to register once to attend as many sessions as they like.

Register for a place here.  

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