Mr Ojungu

1.4 Describe nominated responsibilities within an organisation for equality, diversity and inclusion
    Nominated responsibilities are the specific areas that the employer has a legal duty to
  undertake. It is considered good practice on moral and ethical grounds to build on the legal
  requirements in order to develop codes of practice which extend above and beyond legal
  duties. Examples of good practice include more flexible working arrangements and the choice
  of full and part-time working.
3.1   Ensure colleagues are aware of their responsibilities for equality, diversity and inclusion in the   Workplace.
  Colleagues’ are other persons that you work with who are also employed by the same
  organisation. ‘Awareness’   could be described as not only knowing facts, but in using the
  information in such a way that it is applied in a beneficial way   to every aspect of the work,
  including influencing others to follow good practice   and creating   a harmonious culture.
3.2   Identifying   potential issues relating to equality, diversity and inclusion in the
    There are many early warning signs in an organisation where issues and potentially harmful
    situations that relating to equality, diversity and inclusion might arise. Causes may include
    lack of,   or inadequate training, and outdated policies which are no longer in line with new
3.3 Adhere to organisational policies and procedures, and legal and ethical requirements
      when supporting equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
    Adhere’ is a word used to describe the following of policies and procedures, not only to the
    actual wording as a matter of compliance, but also in the ‘spirit’ of the information, so that it is
    embedded in thoughts, words and actions of employees. These actions can be observed by all
    employees, third party suppliers, partnerships and customers. These behaviours are...