How to Deal With HR Issues of Discrimination
Discrimination complaints can be particularly costly to a small business, which is not always equipped with the legal resources to deal with such issues. Defending a formal charge of discrimination involves a significant amount of time, expense and attorney fees and can damage the company’s reputation, affecting your ability to recruit talent in the future. Your small business can prevent these incidents by implementing policies to prevent discrimination at all levels of the organization and promptly investigating any allegations of discrimination.
Reducing Your Carbon Footprint At Work
Plenty of opportunities to save energy and enhance your workplace experience exist. No matter your title or role, you can help make your workplace a little greener and reduce emissions that are contributing to climate change.
Making Offices Accessible
UC policy prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability. Students, academic and staff employees, and members of the public who believe they have been denied access or discriminated against due to their disability are encouraged to bring their concerns to the attention of the appropriate party who will make every attempt to address the issues raised and/or will refer the matter for investigation per campus policies and procedures.
Menopause; What should employers do?
The TUC’s guide, Supporting Women through the Menopause, recommends the following.