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Employment Law: New and Upcoming Issues in Equality and Diversity

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This event will explore equality and diversity issues such as gender fluidity, neurodiversity, the ethnicity pay gap & caste discrimination.

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This is an online event via Zoom. The link will be emailed to all booked delegates 48 hours before the event and is also included in your Booking Confirmation email. Reminders will also be sent out on the day. Please check spam and junk folders. Here are some guidelines to help you get the most out of this webinar.

Please note this session may be recorded.

Willans employment law team will take us through recent developments in the law surrounding equality and diversity. They will be talking about gender fluidity, neurodiversity, the ethnicity pay gap and caste discrimination. They will also look at the discriminatory risks of using artificial intelligence decision making.

Employers and HR professionals should attend this event to keep up to date with the latest discrimination developments.

ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS

Willans Solicitors, Matthew Clayton, Partner and Head of Employment and Jenny Hawrot, Senior Associate Solicitor

Willans advise employers from national and multi-national concerns, partnerships, LLPs and family businesses on work-related issues. Our experienced team aims to provide first-class technical advice that is clear and straightforward on matters such as:

• unfair & wrongful dismissal

• sex, race & disability discrimination

• working time

• maternity & paternity rights

• redundancy

• employment contracts

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The session will start at 09:30. For security reasons, it is requested that participants join the live session 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start time and with the same name as registered on Eventbrite as not doing so may cause a delay or non-admittance to the event.

Attendees will be admitted to the webinar in one group at 09:30 (start time). If you are late logging in, it may take a few minutes for us to admit you to the session once the session has started.

We might record the webinar and may share with people afterwards, including the uploading to CIPD channels. By attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials. The chat function will be used for participants to engage with the event, rather than audio and video.

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