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Equality & Citizenship Law Non-discrimination: What are the rules?

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Equality & Citizenship Law Non-discrimination: What are the rules?

Details of the training

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Equality & Citizenship Law Non-discrimination: What are the rules?
4 to 8 participants
Online training
Duration: 7 hours (1 day)
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900 € excl. tax per person, excluding individual interview
Video-conference training, adapted to people with disabilities
Access time after registration: 1 month.
Alternative theoretical and practical means with case studies and analysis tools.
Evaluation: tests and quizzes throughout the training
In-company training: contact us

General aim of the training

The Equality and Citizenship Law (2017) makes it compulsory for companies with at least 300 employees to train recruiters and anyone involved in the recruitment process on non-discriminatory recruitment practices and non-discriminatory policies within the company.

 

 

PROGRAMME

  • To identify the criteria and the different forms of discrimination.
  • To become aware of factors which could lead to discrimination.
  • To identify and avoid discriminatory behaviours within the company.
  • To understand the legal issues linked to discrimination.
  • To put in place an action plan to fight against discrimination within the company.

 

 

TARGET AUDIENCE

Any professional who has to select, interview, meet candidates.

Leader, HRD, RRH, Recruitment officer, Manager, Department manager, employee.

 

 

PREREQUISITE

Adults

No degree or certificate required.