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Webinar: Introduction to Everyday Inclusion

Oct 19
Date and time
Mon, 19 October  @  14:00  -  15:00
Free for members of BITC only
Webinar United Kingdom
Open to all BITC members
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Open to all BITC members
Free for members of BITC only

Mon, 19 October 2020  @  14:00  –  15:00

The business case for workplace inclusion has long been established, but in the recent context of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter, it can no longer be ignored. Join this webinar to learn about Business in the Community’s (BITC) flagship workplace campaign, Everyday Inclusion.

About the event
Key points to be discussed at this event include:

  • how to define and measure inclusion in the workplace
  • crucial interventions for leaders, managers and employees to promote an inclusive workplace culture
  • BITC’s Everyday Inclusion campaign and how we can help.

This Introduction to Everyday Inclusion webinar is open to BITC members only.

Racism happens every day, and we need advocates and allies that are prepared to take action at all times, not just when violence reaches the media and brings it to the front of our minds. People in every workplace need to learn about their role in ensuring their company is a safe, inclusive place for all kinds of people to work. This can be done through education, examining biases, and becoming a bystander that can intervene when racism occurs at work. Organisational culture has an important role to play when we consider what behaviours are allowed, what behaviours are encouraged, and what behaviours are forbidden.

Learn more about BITC’s Race agenda.

Contact details and further information
For more information, contact Florence Hughes, Events Manager at BITC.

Full joining instructions will be sent before the event.

Following government advice on social distancing, all BITC events over the coming months will be delivered remotely via digital technology. Details on how to join will be sent prior to the event.

Business in the Community is creating a skilled and inclusive workforce for today and tomorrow