How to Promote Equality & Diversity in the Working Environment

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

DATE: Wednesday 24th November 2021

TIME: 8:45 -10:30am

VENUE: Harwell Innovation Centre, 173 Curie Avenue, Harwell, OX11 0QG

REGISTER:  On eventbrite by 17:30, Tuesday 23rd November 2021 

Bluestream Recruitment is pleased to welcome Roy Magara to present his guide to promoting equality and diversity in the workplace.

We statistically spend most of our time thinking about, talking about and in many cases worrying about our work. As an Employment Solicitor Advocate at Magara Law, Roy works hard to help you through the legalities and complexities of your 'every day' and take the "worry" out of your statistics.

People are at the heart of Roy’s practice – whether employer or employee – and Roy’s aim is to ensure that whichever side of the relationship you are, your employment rights and obligations are in check.

In his session, Roy will be exploring how employers and employees can promote equality and diversity in the working environment.

Spaces are limited to stay COVID-19 secure, so book your place today!



  • All events will be planned and executed with the utmost attention to the health and safety of everyone in attendance. We will be implementing the following enhanced measures to ensure you feel safe and confident when attending the workshops:
  • The meeting room will be sanitised before and after every use
  • Windows will be opened to ensure well ventilated space
  • The meeting room has a capacity of 40 but we will be restricting numbers to a maximum of 20 to allow for everyone to have enough personal space
  • There will be hand sanitiser for your use on entry to the room and during events
  • We will ask that you scan an NHS QR code on arrival so we can contact you should anyone inform us of suffering COVID-19 symptoms post-event
  • All Bluestream Recruitment employees will be wearing face masks. Free face masks will be available for you to use but will not compulsory
  • All Bluestream Recruitment employees will carry out asymptomatic testing before the event and, if possible, we request that those attending do the same.