When hosting a training session, it is crucial that employees leave learning something. Whether this is by giving employees concrete examples of how to approach a specific situation, using practical tasks to illustrate something or using collaborative group discussions to delve into a topic; employees generally leave the session feeling positive and knowledgeable.
However, an employment tribunal has ruled that a black employee was racially harassed when the ‘n-word’ was used repeatedly during a staff training course on diversity – Wales Online reported.
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