Minority networks can stop claims

Phillips, Lucy
February 2008
People Management;2/7/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p12
The article focuses on the advantages of setting up in-house networks for minority groups to avoid tribunal claims, according to Rachel Krys, director of the Employers' Forum on Age (EFA) and the Employers' Forum on Belief (EFB) in Great Britain. She said that networks encouraged openness and helped employers to reach reasonable decisions on issues such as religious holiday requests and workplace dress. Her priority for the EFB would be to allow employers to share their concerns, experiences and best practice.


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