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Acknowledgement of Workplace Harassment Training Form

Harassment training must be not only properly delivered but documented. […]

Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Policy

OHS laws require employers to implement measures to prevent workplace […]

C-65 Workplace Violence & Harassment Compliance Checklist

The to-do list you must complete by January 1, 2021 […]

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Sexual Harassment at Your Holiday Party: What’s Your Liability?

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When Do Racial Jokes Create a Toxic Work Environment?

Racially offensive language is discriminatory even if it’s meant to be good natured joking. It [...]

Canada ratifies the first-ever global treaty to end workplace violence and harassment

On January 30, 2023, Canada ratified the International Labour Organization’s C190 – Violence and [...]

B.C. Traffic Company Ordered to Pay $1.5M for Defaming Richmond Competitor

One of B.C.’s largest traffic control service companies, Valley Traffic Systems (VTS) has to pay $1 [...]

Understanding the Emergence of Harassment as a Standalone Tort: Implications for Employers

Date: August 16, 2023 Time: 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM PDT Speaker: Howard Levitt   Join our [...]

Carroll v. Trump: Lessons For Investigations Of Historic Claims Of Sexual Abuse

We have had mandates to investigate allegations of sexual abuse that occurred many years ago. As we [...]

Pronouns In The Workplace: Normalizing Conversations Around Gender And Inclusivity

This week marks International Pronouns Day, which seeks to make respecting, sharing and educating [...]

Ontario, Canada Court Confirms Sexual Harassment Not An Independent Tort

Employee filed action against company vice president for sexual harassment and sexual assault, and [...]

The Top 11 HR Compliance Cases of 2022 & How They Affect You

The court cases most likely to directly affect your HR program and what to do about each. While new [...]

Dealing With Human Rights Complaints In Unionized Workplaces

Rhonda B. Levy and Douglas Sanderson examine The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario preliminary [...]

The Dangers of Self-Represented Employers

On September 28, 2022, The Alberta Human Rights Commission released its decision in Euchner v. EZ [...]

Worker Accused of Sexual Assault Can’t Sue Accuser for Defamation

A Canada Post worker accused a fellow letter carrier of sexual harassment and assault. After an [...]

Court Faults Employer for Not Investigating Worker’s “Mobbing” Complaint

A front desk clerk warned for engaging in workplace harassment claimed the allegations were false [...]

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