A free seminar from IP Ability
& the IP Inclusive Midlands network
Friday 12 March 2021
12 – 1 pm
In this online seminar we will explore how we can make positive and lasting reasonable adjustments for people with disabilities in the workplace.
The IP Inclusive Midlands Network and IP Ability are delighted to invite you to an online seminar focusing on reasonable adjustments for disabled people in the IP sector, including adjustments required because of changes to work as a result of Covid-19. The seminar will be hosted by IP Ability committee member Kerry Russell at Shakespeare Martineau, who will be joined by three speakers:
- Ewan Carr, an employment lawyer at Shakespeare Martineau, will discuss an employer’s legal obligations under the Equality Act;
- Fran Worrall, HR Manager at Marks & Clerk, will talk about practical examples of putting reasonable adjustments into practice; and
- Natasha Hirst, journalist and disability researcher from the Legally Disabled project at Cardiff University, will discuss the experiences of lawyers who have requested reasonable adjustments in the legal sector.
At the end of the session there will be an opportunity to ask questions and share experiences.
We hope you can join us. Please register using the Eventbrite link above, or if you would prefer, please email Kerry.Russell@shma.co.uk. A link to join the seminar will be sent to you a few days before the event.