Five Webinars on equality, diversity and inclusion based on research in the Organisational Behaviour & HRM Department at Nottingham University Business School. The webinars will be 60-minutes long and will include a 20-minute talk, a 20-minute panel discussion with University of Nottingham alumni and industry practitioners, and a 20-minute Q&A. The sessions will be hosted on MS Teams. If you do not have the MS Teams app and are joining via a web browser, we recommend Chrome.
Webinar 2: Gendered constructions of risk in the financial sector, Dr Jane Nolan and Professor Laurie Cohen. In the financial sector, it is often assumed that there are behavioural differences between women and men in their relation to risk and uncertainty. But do these perceptions really represent the working lives of women in the sector? We discuss some of these ideas drawing on insights from interviews with women working in investment and asset management.
Dr Jane Nolan, Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour, University of Nottingham and Professor Laurie Cohen, Professor of Work and Organisation, University of Nottingham
Anyone with an interest in EDI in the workplace
Faith in action: Exploring partnerships between religion and climate policy
4 - 6 November 2021 (3 days)
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at Work, Webinar 1: Work Life Balance, Meanings and Inequalities
9 November 2021 | 17.00-18.00
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at Work, Webinar 2: Gendered constructions of risk in the financial sector
11 November 2021 | 12.00-13.00
The impact of Covid-19 on people at risk of forced marriage in the UK
11 November 2021 | 13.00-14.00
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at Work, Webinar 3: How is Covid-19 impacting women’s and men’s working lives in the UK?
19 November 2021 | 14.00-15.00
Growing Green Films: Young filmmakers building a sustainable industry
23 November 2021 | 15.00-17.00
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at Work, Webinar 4, Ageism at work: What does it mean? Who if affected? How can it be addressed?
25 November 2021 | 14.00-15.00