What will you learn
You will develop an understanding of the concept of diversity and inclusion, discussing a range of visible and non-visible dimensions that characterise the UK’s working population. Additionally, you will analyse key trends and the key changes that have shaped labour supply in recent decades. You will critically evaluate the concepts of vertical occupation and time segregation as well as examining a range of economic theories and data sources and provide evidence-based examples of disadvantage and inequality. Finally, you will cover the legal, moral and business cases for managing diversity and developing a culture of inclusion and the effectiveness of different approaches.
This module is suitable for persons who:
are experienced people practitioners
are working in a senior people practice role and wish to extend and deepen their skills and understanding to shape strategy, policy and people
wish to shape people practice, creating value for a wider audience
are currently leading and managing people and practice within organisations
On completion of this module, learners will be able to:
Understand the concepts of diversity and inclusion.
Understand the theoretical insights, segregation and inequality in the UK labour market.
Understand the legal, moral and business cases for managing diversity and developing a culture of inclusion.
Understand the effectiveness of workplace approaches to managing diversity and developing inclusive workplace cultures.