Promoting an Inclusive Workplace - What Should Employers Do?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 5 July 2022
Christine: So we'll get to the other poll question when the time comes, but let's move into the webinar proper. So the harassment and bullying at work, promoting an inclusive workplace. It's new guidance issued just last month, just in May. It was a great spot by you, Seamus. I'd have missed it if you hadn't pointed out to me, so thanks for the heads-up on that. So, Seamus, what's new about this guide?
Seamus: Well, the guide itself is an amalgamation of a guide between the Labour Relations Agency and the Equality Commission. And it's always great to get these guys through.
It seems, to me, that certainly we've seen developments in case law. There have been a number of reported cases over
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