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Race

Overview

In this course, we explore what is meant by race and consider what the law says to protect people in the workplace from racial discrimination. We will consider the four distinct types of discrimination: direct, indirect, harassment and victimisation. This course considers the law, intended to protect people at every stage of their employment, from recruitment and selection through to redundancy and dismissal and any exceptions. We also cover dress code to ensure the rules do not discriminate directly or indirectly against anyone. We will explore what to do if you feel you or someone else has been discriminated against due to race, and identify how to resolve the issue.

Learning Outcomes

  • What is meant by race
  • What the law says to protect people in the workplace from racial discrimination
  • The law, intended to protect people at every stage of their employment
  • Cover dress code to ensure the rules do not discriminate directly or indirectly against anyone