Workplace Equality and Diversity 2010 – Documentation

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The Business Case for diversity has been well documented and it is more than likely you will already have comprehensive policies in place. However, amongst industry leaders there has been a recent shift towards moving diversity to the forefront of HR strategy. Encouraging diversity is becoming integral to overall business strategy, helping to support the achievement of market leadership.

Workplace Equality and Diversity 2010 will provide you with legal advice and practical guidance from a panel of expert speakers from such companies as Ernst & Young, the CIPD and the Equalities and Human Rights Commission.

You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).



You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF), clicking the ‘Add to cart’ button above.


The “Workplace Equality and Diversity 2010″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair

Dianah Worman OBE Adviser on Diversity


Session 2

Keynote Address: An Overview of the Equality Bill

Jonathan Rees, Director General

Government Equalities Office

Session 3

The Equality Bill in Practice

Jane Amphlett, Partner

Finers Stephens Innocent LLP

Session 4

Practical Applications and Avoiding the Cost of Failure

Michael McCartney, Senior Associate

Dechert LLP

Session 5

How do you ‘Fix’ the Women?

Fleur Bothwick, Director of Diversity and Inclusiveness, EMEIA

Ernst & Young

Session 6

Change Opinions, Change Culture, Succeed

Sarah Churchman, Director of Diversity and Engagement


Session 7

Staying Ahead of the Game

Nicky Ivory-Chapman, Reputation and Recruitment Consultant

McDonald’s Restaurants

Session 8

Delivering Diversity

Julie Amory, Equality and Inclusion Manager

Olympic Delivery Authority

Session 9

Investing in Diversity

Rosalind Hardie-Ejiohuo, Head of Equality and Diversity

London Borough of Hackney


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