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Dignity & Respect at Work

This Dignity & Respect at Work virtual training course is a Half Day  programme, designed for all managers responsible for staff.  All employees have the right to be treated with dignity and respect in the workplace, free from behaviours that constitute bullying, harassment, discrimination and victimisation.
Such inappropriate behaviours  can and do negatively affect your business, your employees, and, most importantly, your customers. As a result, targets can be missed, sales lost, and budgets overrun. This interactive one-day program will show you how to deal with such destructive behaviours and create and maintain a safe, positive and productive work environment.


Product Code:
LD 21
Half Day
Cost Includes:
Training course materials and after-training support
Contact Name:
Sinead Landers
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Dignity & Respect at Work – An Overview

Dignity, Respect & the Law

  • Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005
  • Employment Equality Act
  • Duty of Care
  • Policy Requirements – Dignity at Work

Harassment & Sexual Harassment

Bullying in the Workplace

Stress & Wellbeing

Reporting & Whistleblowing

Bias & Impacts of Bias

Equality & Inclusion

The benefits of Diversity

Supporting & Ensuring Diversity

Encouraging a Positive Working Environment


This Dignity & Respect at Work virtual training programme may be of interest to all managers responsible for staff.

It reviews definitions of bullying, and the manager’s role and responsibilities in prevention and in dealing with these complaints.

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