By the end of this workshop, participants will able to contribute towards
making their organization a harassment-free and more respectful workplace.
A Respectful Workplace (Harassment Prevention)
Harassment is any unwanted physical or verbal conduct that offends or humiliates
you. Harassment can create a negative or hostile work environment, which can interfere
with your job performance and result in your being refused a job, a promotion, a
training opportunity, or obtain a service.
In Canada, human rights legislation provides every person in the workplace the right
to freedom from harassment based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour,
religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability, etc.
All Canadians have a right to live and work without being harassed!
A Respectful Workplace (Harassment Prevention) is a training workshop designed for all employees.
- What is a respectful harassment-free workplace?
- The consequences of non-respect and harassment in the workplaceto the organization and to its employees
- How to create a respectful harassment-free workplace
- The definition and types of harassment and discrimination
- What is harassment and what is not harassment
- How to prevent harassment in the workplace
- How to communicate effectively with one's harasser
- The organization's position on harassment
- What to do if being discriminated against or harassed
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