Preventing Harassment

Live Virtual Training:
Prevent Harassment, Bullying & Violence in the Workplace – Employee Training

Overview

No workplace is immune to harassment, bullying and violence. It can occur in any workplace to any employee. Employers must maintain a harassment-free work environment and take action if a worker is being harassed, bullied or discriminated against, or involved in a violent situation, by another worker or supervisor, a customer, member of the public, agent of the employer, or contractor.

Our 'Prevent Harassment, Bullying & Violence in the Workplace' is a 2.5 hour virtual, instructor-led training session for employees, presented using an online platform such as Zoom or Skype. This program can help ensure compliance with human rights legislation and the Occupational Health & Safety Act, and avoid costly complaints.

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Features

Our live virtual Prevent Harassment, Bullying & Violence in the Workplace session for employees covers:

  • Respect & Civility (including 15 minute video)
  • Harassment and the Law (Liability and Responsibility)
  • Types of Harassment and Bullying
  • Impact of Harassment
  • What to do if you are Harassed, Bullied or Target of Violence (including Bystander Intervention)
  • Discrimination and Bias
  • Violence in the Workplace
  • Building and Maintaining a Respectful Workplace

Harassment in the workplace can be a major issue for the employer and workers:

  • It can affect productivity, morale, absenteeism and the general health and well-being of workers and the workplace.
  • Harassment is against the law! Provincial and federal human rights legislation covers all employers in Canada; it is a very powerful piece of legislation that generally has primacy over all other laws.
  • Liability – both individuals and organizations can be held liable for workplace harassment.

Employee Learning Objectives

  1. Describe a respectful and safe workplace;
  2. Identify harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination, and violent behaviours;
  3. Differentiate between harassment and non-harassment behaviours;
  4. Understand the rights and responsibilities of employees and the employer, and repercussions if the behaviour continues;
  5. Identify ways you can change your behaviour in order to promote and maintain a harassment free environment.

Takeaway: Employees will be provided with a comprehensive Participant Guide as a resource.

Call us at 1.888.552.1155 or email sales@hrproactive.com to book your Live Virtual Prevent Harassment, Bullying & Violence in the Workplace Training Session for Employees.

Human rights law states that all workers have the right to work in an environment
free from harassment and discrimination.

Each of us is responsible for a respectful and safe workplace!

For more information regarding our Canada-Wide Live Virtual Prevent Harassment, Bullying & Violence in the Workplace Training visit: https://harassmentintheworkplace.ca/