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Date – 18 March 2021

Time – 09:00AM

Do you feel confident about your organisation’s ability to identify and address sexual harassment? 

Numerous studies carried out in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the #MeToo movement revealed that sexual harassment is still prevalent in the workplace affecting women, and men to a lesser extent.

In this free informal breakfast webinar, HR Consultant Caitlin Anniss from Narrow Quay HR  and Jo Oliver from VWV will cover the legal framework and risks, and look at the practical issues an employer needs to consider, from setting appropriate expectations of behaviour, ensuring those impacted feel able to speak up and addressing complaints of sexual harassment.   

As always, this will be an informal interactive session with case studies to enable you to consider the issues in practice and discuss with others in attendance.  

Who Should Attend?

  • HR professionals
  • finance directors
  • HR managers
  • heads of HR
  • business managers
  • practice managers
  • GP business manager
  • assistant practice managers

For further information, please contact the Events team. 

Re-Engaging Our People

The lockdown and subsequent relaxing of restrictions has had a huge impact on many businesses and workplaces. How can your business move from a ‘survival mode’ to a new normal? 

We will be joined by guest speaker, Graham Mitchell, a Business Psychologist. Graham will focus on the re-engagement of staff as a key factor in restoring and maintaining the performance of organisations, and the key role of leaders at all levels. 
 
Graham will be joined by Caitlin Anniss and Sarah Martin, along with other members of the Narrow Quay HR team

This will be an interactive Q&A session with the opportunity to discuss how we can make sense of the cultural values of organisations in the post-COVID-19 world,

Who Should Attend?

  • Business Owners
  • HR Staff

For further information, please contact VWV’s Events team.

Practical Tips on How to Fairly Consult With Staff to Survive a Coronavirus Downturn

In this free informal webinar, HR Consultants Caitlin Anniss and Sarah Martin from Narrow Quay HR and Jessica Scott-Dye from VWV will talk you through the practical steps a business needs to follow to ensure a consultation process is fair and compliant. We will also talk through how to consult with staff who are working remotely.

There are lots of different scenarios in which a business may need to consult with their staff. Unfortunately, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, some businesses are going to be in the difficult position of having to consider fairly significant measures in order to survive, particularly once furloughing staff is no longer an option. This might include salary cuts, part time working or even redundancies, all of which require consultation with staff.

There will be opportunities to ask questions and consider practical scenarios around how to tackle a consultation process in practice.

Cost: Free Entry

When: 18 Jun 2020

Time: 9.00am – 10.00am

Who Should Attend?

  • Business Owners
  • Those Within a Business Responsible for HR Issues.

For further information, please contact the VWV Events team.