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Video from the Work it Out DVD

The DVD contains 8 video clips that can be viewed as part of Module 1 or used by tutors to explain and discuss various ways that people can be discriminated at work. The final video clip explains what people can do about discrimination.

The DVD is available in different languages - English, Danish, Lithuanian and Spanish. The clips can be played below but if you want to obtain a copy of the DVD then contact one of the partner organisations.

For a copy of this DVD , contact ENABLE Scotland or KARE in Ireland.

The video clips can be viewed through this page in either Quicktime Player or Windows Media Player. Select your preferred player here.


If you don't have the latest Quicktime Player or Windows Media Player you can download them here:

 

It is just too much (video clip)

1. It is just too much

Michael is bullied at work by another worker. He tells his manager about it but the manager does not listen. Michael thinks about how it could be different. The manager could speak to the worker and make it fair for everyone.

 

 

They should try it (video clip)

2. They should try it

Karen works in an office but gets left out of training. Her workmates are not friendly and do not help her. Karen thinks about how it could be different. Her workmates could include her and help her to enjoy work.

 

 

I know I’m good (video clip)

3. I know I’m good

Anne is looking for a job in a café. The employment manager gives a job in a café to someone else because the other person can drive. Anne thinks about how it could be different. The employment manager could find out what she is good at so she can get a job.

 

 

It’s not like having a real job (video clip)

4. It’s not like having a real job

Jonas works in a sheltered workshop. He wants a job at the riding school but he needs to learn to drive a tractor. The manager cannot find anyone to teach Jonas because Jonas cannot read. Jonas thinks about how it could be different. He could learn to drive the tractor if someone had shown him how and helped him with all the information.

 

 

I’ll never get out of this (video clip)

5. I’ll never get out of this

Ken has a job washing cars but he wants to build houses. He applies for a job on a building site but the application form is too hard so he gives up. Ken thinks about how it could be different. Someone could help him fill in the form and help him get an interview.

 

 

I’m lost (video clip)

6. I’m lost

Dan has lost his job because he talked too much and wasted time. He thinks about how it could have been different. The manager could have warned him or told him how to behave differently. There could have been someone to help him learn "the rules".

 

 

It’s so unfair (video clip)

7. It’s so unfair

Fred went for an interview for a job as a caretaker. He has worked as a caretaker before and was really good at it. He thought he had a chance to get the new job but the manager gave it to someone else. Fred thinks about how it could have been different. The manager could have listened to him and called his old boss to find out he was a good worker.

 

 

Getting help - first steps to justice (video clip)

8. Getting help - first steps to justice

If you have been treated unfairly at work or when you applied for a job, you can get help. This clip explains what you can do and where you can get help.

 

 


 
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