Pathways Education and Training Solutions
Pathways Education and Training Solutions

Equal To The Job ©

Why Equality in the Workplace ?

When reference is made to ‘equality in the workplace’, this does not mean that everyone is equal. It refers to the way in which a person is treated in the workforce. Does he/she have the same opportunities as all other staff members given his/her skills and experience ? Are decisions about that person and/or behaviours towards them influenced by factors other than their demonstrated skills, abilities, and experience, e.g. gender, race, ethnic background, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, and marital status. If decisions and behaviours are influenced, then this constitutes discrimination.  

This workshop explores what is meant by equality in the workplace and how it can be achieved. Topics covered include :

What does the law say ?

Equal Opportunity Commission

State Administrative Tribunal

Preventing systemic discrimination

What is Discrimination?

Direct discrimination

Indirect discrimination

Responsibilities

Liability of people involved in unlawful acts

Vicarious liability

Victimisation

The Workplace as a Potential Setting for Sex Discrimination

Overt sex discrimination
Subtle sex discrimination
Covert sex discrimination. 
Sex Discrimination Typology

Collegiate Responsibility

“We’re all in this together”

Case Studies and Activities Relating to Equal Opportunity

All Change

All In Good Time

Apply Yourself

Assert Yourself

Be Selective

Equal To The Job

Get In Training

Just Ethics Essentials

Project Yourself

Risky Business

Safe Conduct

Safe Social Media

Serve Them Right

What A Performance!

You'll Just Have To Manage