Dignity at Work

Dignity at Work

Capital Law, Tyndall Street, Cardiff CF10 4AZ

Thursday September 27th 2018

Registration & Refreshments: 8:00am Starts: 8:30am – 10:00am

Event Description

According to research, more than half of women overall, and nearly two-thirds of women aged 18-24, have experienced sexual harassment at work. Other groups of employees can also face negative behaviours and, in the #MeToo era, making sure that your employees are treated with dignity at work is more important than ever.


Bullying and harassment complaints can be extremely costly – for your reputation, as well as your bank balance. But, by understanding what constitutes inappropriate behaviour, and developing a suitable, effective approach to dignity at work, you can help avoid them – improving morale, absence levels, and performance at the same time.


Our breakfast briefing, run in association with Capital Law, will take you through employer and employee obligations, practical tips for managers and employees on dealing with harassment and bullying, and how to manage criminal proceedings and media attention.


Book your free place here.