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We are so happy to see our Trowers Tuesday 'Summer of Inclusivity' grow and develop every year.

We love listening to the views of our engaged community (which also grows each year!) and watching our expert panels spark ideas and debate on a range of inclusion-focused topics. So, by popular demand, we're delighted to say that we are extending our summer series in 2024 to bring you even more content and knowledge sharing.

We'll be kicking off with a spotlight on how to manage 'culture war' situations in the workplace, which is something that employers of all shapes and sizes tell us they are grappling with at the moment:

Culture Wars

Intergenerational working

Rebecca McGuirk was joined by Vanessa James and Jake Wilkie and they discussed the intergeneration workplace. 

Additional Content:

Managing conflicting beliefs

In the second session of our Summer of Inclusivity series, we turned to the hot topic of managing conflicting beliefs in the workplace including best practice and top tips for employers.

Cases:

  • Fahmy v Arts Council England ET/6000042/2022
  • Forstater v CGD Europe UKEAT/0105/20 
  • Grainger plc and others v Nicholson [2010] IRLR 4
  • Higgs v Farmor's School [2023] EAT 89
  • Meade v Westminster City Council and another ET/2200179/2022 and ET/2211483/2022
  • Miller v University of Bristol ET/1400780/2022
  • Redfearn v United Kingdom [2013] IRLR 51