Workplace Harassment Webinar


In this free 1 hour webinar Simon will explain how the law defines harassment at work. He will analyse how the law imposes liability on employers and individual parties. In light of statute, case law and relevant guidance, Simon will examine what defences are available to those accused of harassment. He will also outline the alternative causes of action in harassment outside of the Equality Act 2010 which may be of relevance to the workplace. This seminar will be of interest to HR professionals and lawyers.

Date and Time

The webinar will be held on Thursday 4 February 2021 at 1pm.

This webinar will only be available on Thursday 4 February 2021 at 1pm, a recording will not be made available for viewing at a later date. This is at the speakers’ request.


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Simon McCrossan, Clerksroom

Simon specialises in employment disputes.  He holds a specialist LL.M in Employment Law (Distinction) and estimates that has advised on hundreds of unfair dismissal and discrimination matters alone for large panel insurers.  Simon contributes towards national employment law newsletters and has lectured in this area upon the UK’s largest LL.B programme.

To view Simon’s full bio, please click HERE.

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