Course Details

Diversity in the workplace has been a hot topic over the last few years. It's becoming more common for people to expect a business to have more than an Equality and Diversity policy but to also show how they are taking steps to create a more diverse workforce.

In this webinar, Jemma will take you through her expert advice on how employers, employees and managers of every level can improve workplace diversity and how diversity can benefit your organisation.

In this session, Jemma Fairclough-Haynes will cover the following:

  • Understand what Equality and Diversity are and why it is important.
  • Identify protected characteristics.
  • Acknowledge the benefits that differences can do for the workplace.
  • The positive impact on employee impression and business brand.
  • Understand how we can encourage Equality and Diversity in every process.

Attendees will come away from this session with a fresh perspective on how diversity benefits a wide area of their business and what actions they can take to provide a more inclusive environment.

CPD Course Speaker

Orchard Employment Law

Jemma Fairclough-Haynes

Jemma Fairclough-Haynes is a Public Speaker, Employment Law Specialist and the CEO of award-winning business Orchard Employment Law. Federation of Small Business (FSB) Area Leader for Kent and Medway and a school governor at a local school.

She is often featured in the media and blogs as an expert in her field. Some of her most recent interviews have been on BBC Radio Kent, Times Radio, KMTV and the Daily Mail. Jemma has over a decade of experience in Employment Law and she has represented businesses of various sizes in employment tribunals across the UK in many different types of claims. she is also the owner of Orchard Employment Law, Employment Law, and HR consultancy which she founded in 2015. Jemma is a dynamic speaker who takes the bore out of Law. Her presentations have been described as “eye opening” “interesting'' and “refreshing” but most importantly easy to understand and relatable.