Class in the UK

Duration: 90-minute session focusing on a single topic

Overview

Though class is not technically part of the protected characteristics covered by the Equality Act 2010, it is still an important factor of many people’s identities, and people still experience negative behaviour based on their socioeconomic status. The perceived class of a person can affect their interview outcomes, career progression, and how included they feel at work. This session will explore class, its markers, and how to address classism in the workplace.

Topics Covered

  • Defining class
  • Class markers
  • Common stereotypes
  • Class and intersectionality
  • Inclusive behaviours
  • Q&A

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