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Guides/Toolkits

This selection of free resources covers some of the most popular topics we receive enquiries about, and that organisations look for guidance on in their DEI journey. We hope you find them a useful starting point. 

Inclusion Calendar 2024

Covering some of the most popular faith and awareness days that you may wish to celebrate at work.

Employee Resource Groups

Understanding what ERGs are, how to set up and manage them.

An Introduction to Intersectionality

Intersectionality is a term that still feels relatively new within organisations, but is vital to true DEI.

Flexible Working – A Mini Guide

Understanding the benefits of, and what to consider when offering flexibility around when, where and how your employees work.

Menopause in the Workplace

Guidance for organisations and managers on supporting their menopausal employees.

Data Metrics

An introduction to the importance of diversity data collection and how to go about it.

Reasonable Adjustments

A mini guide to reasonable adjustments and unlawful discrimination.

Neurodiversity in the Workplace

An introduction to supporting neurodivergent job applicants and employees.

Disability Confident Leader Validation

All the details you need on how we can validate your organisation to become a Disability Confident employer.

Inclusive Leadership Behaviours 

We all know that actions speak louder than words, so what really makes an inclusive leader? 

The Business Case for DEI

This whitepaper explores how to get buy in for your DEI strategy. 

Language & Tone Checklist for an Inclusive Job Description

A checklist of language, tone and terminology considerations when writing an inclusive job description.

Checklist for Writing an Inclusive Job Description

A handy one-pager of what you should and should not include when writing an inclusive job description.

Shared Parental Leave

Considerations for a more inclusive and equitable parental leave policy in your organisation.

Safe spaces
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Call the police

Dial ‘999’ for immediate assistance. If you are unable to speak or answer questions while on a 999 call, stay on the line, and when prompted, press 55 and your call will be transferred to the police. The local police number is 101 for non-emergencies.

*The ’55’ option will only work with 999.

Am I at Risk?

‘How do I know if I am suffering domestic abuse?’ This short survey will help you identify if the behaviours you are experiencing are domestic abuse.

If you are experiencing domestic abuse, you are not alone. Local support and help is easy to access through this search function. Click here

Local Support Services

If you are experiencing domestic abuse, you are not alone. Local support and help is easy to access through this search function. Click here

Contact National Helplines

National domestic abuse support services can offer you guidance here.

Useful Links

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