Understanding Workplace Harassment

Since work­place harass­ment was added to NB’s occu­pa­tion­al healthy and safe­ty reg­u­la­tions, own­ers and managers/​supervisors who have pre­vi­ous­ly only had to deal with phys­i­cal healthy and safe­ty issues are now hav­ing to grap­ple with emo­tion­al health and safe­ty. Under­stand­ing work­place harass­ment can remove the fear sur­round­ing the new reg­u­la­tions and can give own­ers and man­agers con­fi­dence that they are main­tain­ing a harass­ment free workplace.

By the end of the train­ing, par­tic­i­pants will be able to: 

- Define the dif­fer­ent ele­ments of a work­place harass­ment definition,

— Rec­og­nize the behav­iours that could lead to a work­place harass­ment complaint,

- Use ear­ly inter­vene to stop those behav­iours and pos­si­bly pre­vent a work­place harass­ment complaint,

- Iden­ti­fy when they have received a ver­bal or writ­ten work­place harass­ment complaint, 

— Out­line how to meet their healthy and safe­ty oblig­a­tions after receiv­ing a work­place harass­ment complaint. 

The tar­get learn­ers for this work­shop are small and medi­um-sized busi­ness own­ers and managers/​supervisors who have a health and safe­ty oblig­a­tion to pre­vent work­place harass­ment and address work­place harass­ment complaints. 

Online Work­shop — 2hours

Facil­i­ta­tors (Eng­lish)
Nicole Smith (Nicole Smith Con­flict Man­age­ment)

Facil­i­ta­tors (French)
Nicole Smith (Nicole Smith Con­flict Man­age­ment)

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