If you’re an HR professional or manager looking for practical advice about workplace harassment, discrimination and bullying that you can implement straightaway, attend a Tell Jane seminar.

Whether attending a webinar from the comfort of your desk or coming along to a breakfast briefing, you’ll come away equipped with an increased understanding and top tips that you can implement that very day – indeed, striking while the iron is hot is very much at the heart of these seminars.

As HR professionals, we’re often expected to deal with the aftermath of a harassment case, but how do we get on the front foot and prevent it happening in the first place? Prevention is better than cure, and this is very much our ethos.

And how do you know if it’s even happening in your organisation? When almost 80% of victims of sexual harassment do not report it to their employer (according to the TUC’s 2016 report Still just a bit of banter), can we risk continuing to believe that no news is good news?

Fundamentally, do we understand exactly what constitutes harassment, discrimination and bullying? Can our colleagues at all levels of the organisation identify and distinguish between them?

These questions and many more are explored (and encouraged) in our seminars and webinars through frank and open discussions and experiencing sharing. The workplace is a challenging environment – we’re talking about people here, people! – so as well as valuable insight, our Tell Jane events enable networking and information sharing among peers. Oh and I forgot to mention, they’re free to attend too!

If you’re interested in finding out how your business can get on the front foot and prevent harassment, discrimination and bullying in your workplace, head to our events section and sign up for our next free webinar or breakfast seminar.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Check out our Events page for more information and sign up details.

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