Case Study

SCRA – Spotlight on Employee Monitoring

The Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration (SCRA) is a national non-departmental public body.

3 August 2022

Toolkit

Applying Intersectional Principles in the Workplace

Intersectionality is a framework for better understanding ourselves, others, our interactions, and the world around us.

3 August 2022

Events

#BHM2022: Why allyship matters

Join us during Black History Month to learn about the role of allies in positive culture change and how you can apply this learning to better support your work colleagues.

2 August 2022

Quick Guide

Sexual Orientation

Under equality and discrimination laws in the UK, it is illegal for employers to discriminate because of sexual orientation.

17 June 2022

Quick Guide

Sex Discrimination

Under equality and discrimination laws in the UK, it is illegal for employers to discriminate because of sex.

17 June 2022

Quick Guide

Religion and Belief

Under equality and discrimination laws in the UK, it is illegal for employers to discriminate because of religion or belief.

17 June 2022

Quick Guide

Race

Under equality and discrimination laws in the UK, it is illegal for employers to discriminate because of race.

17 June 2022

Quick Guide

Mental Health

Under equality and discrimination laws in the UK, it is illegal for employers to discriminate because of a mental health condition.

17 June 2022

Quick Guide

Marriage and Civil Partnerships

Under equality and discrimination laws in the UK, it is illegal for employers to discriminate because someone is married or in a civil partnership.

17 June 2022

Quick Guide

Disability

Under equality and discrimination laws in the UK, it is illegal for employers to discriminate because of physical disabilities or certain medical or mental health conditions that affect a person’s ability to carry out everyday activities.

17 June 2022