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Equality and Diversity in the Workplace

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Ensuring equality and diversity in the workplace is everyone’s responsibility. This course will help your staff understand what is meant by equality, appreciate the value of workplace diversity, and know their responsibilities relating to the relevant equality legislation.

Upon completing this course, your staff will know how to comply with the Equality Act, be able to identify discrimination and harassment, and understand their responsibilities to uphold equality and diversity in the workplace.

Learners will be able to:

  • Appreciate the value of diversity
  • Describe the protected characteristics and types of discrimination under the Equality Act
  • Explain what harassment is and how it can arise in the workplace
  • Understand your responsibility to prevent discrimination and harassment
  • Express how you can avoid discriminating and harassing behaviour in the workplace
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Inequality and discrimination have no place in the modern workplace. Ensuring equality and diversity in the workplace is everyone’s responsibility.

Our daily interactions with the people we work with can have unintended, and potentially discriminatory, effects on staff and colleagues. We may feel that the way we interact with others is fair and equal, however it may not be the case for individuals on the receiving end. This can lead to feelings of uneasiness, frustration and even discrimination.

iGaming companies, like all employers, have a responsibility to ensure equality and diversity in the workplace. As a high-profile industry, regularly in the public eye, we should all understand our responsibilities and be able to act accordingly.


This course covers:

  • Understanding What ‘Equality’ and ‘Diversity’ Mean
  • Stereotyping
  • Diversity and Its Benefits
  • The Importance of Equality and Diversity
  • The Equality Act 2010 / Employment Equality Framework Directive of 2000 [Varient Dependent]
  • The 9 Protected Characteristics
  • Types of Discrimination: Direct & Indirect
  • Harassment & Victimisation
  • You Make The Call: Is It Discrimination?
  • When Joking Around In The Office Stops Being Funny
  • Standards Of Conduct
  • Reporting Concerns
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eLearning [EURO], eLearning [UK]

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