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Disclosure Scotland - Unlocking the Talents of People with Convictions: Challenging Perceptions of Their Employment
When: 10.00am-3.30pm, Monday 26 August 2019 Where: The Robertson Trust, 152 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4TB This event is being organised by Disclosure Scotland This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.
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Very few employers will operate a ‘zero tolerance’ attitude to employing people with convictions. It is more a question of where they draw their threshold or line. Sometimes this line is drawn where it is for very defensible reasons and other times perhaps there is room for a rethink.
This training aims to help delegates to:
Challenge their perceptions around employing someone with a conviction.
Develop their awareness of whether people with convictions are treated less favourable when looking for work.
Understand and use the tools developed by the Scotland Works for You alliance – the “central conversation” with the candidate and the concepts of proximity and desistance in the context of recruitment decisions.
This session – through facilitator input, case studies and practical application – will provide delegates with the knowledge and skills required when applying this methodology, which is a successful approach to defensible decision making that is currently in use with Disclosure Scotland’s Protection Unit.
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