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Workplace Violence

Workplace violence refers to any act or threat of physical violence, harassment, intimidation, or other aggressive behavior that occurs within the workplace, creating a risk to employee safety and well-being. HR professionals play a critical role in preventing and addressing workplace violence by establishing policies, conducting training, and promoting a culture of respect and conflict resolution. They are responsible for implementing security measures, conducting investigations, and offering support to victims. Addressing workplace violence is essential for maintaining a safe and secure work environment, protecting employees’ physical and mental health, and complying with legal requirements, ultimately contributing to a harmonious and productive workplace.

Are You Prepared For An Incident Of Workplace Violence In Your Workplace?

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Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Policy

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There are Fundamental Steps to Prevent Workplace Violence. What are They?

There are Fundamental Steps to Prevent Workplace Violence. What are […]

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Major Alberta Human Rights Costs Award For Hearing Misconduct

In Oliva, Pasco, and Strong v. Gursoy, 2024 AHRC 81, the Alberta […] Search for: Login THIS [...]

The Consequences Of Sexual Harassment In The Workplace

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Ontario Government Introduces The Working For Workers Five Act

Ontario's Bill 190 Working for Workers Five Act, 2004 ("Bill 190") […] Search for: Login [...]

Ensuring Procedural Fairness For All In Workplace Investigations

Workplace investigations must ensure procedural fairness to avoid costly legal […] Search [...]

Student Violence May Form Basis For A Teacher’s Lawful Work Refusal

A recent Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) decision found that […] Search for: Login [...]

Five Bills And Counting: What Ontario’s Working For Workers Five Act, 2024 Could Mean For Employers

On May 6, 2024, Bill 190, the Working for Workers Five Act, […] Search for: Login THIS [...]

New Measures To Prevent And Fight Psychological Harassment And Sexual Violence In The Workplace

On March 21, 2024, the National Assembly adopted Bill 42, An […] Search for: Login THIS [...]

Workplace Investigations In Alberta – When & How To Conduct

Employers in Alberta are not legally required to conduct investigations […] Search for: [...]

A Reminder To Federal Employers: Time To Update Harassment And Violence Policy

On January 1, 2021, the Work Place Harassment and Violence Prevention […] Search for: Login [...]

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On March 27, 2024, the government of Québec sanctioned Bill […] Search for: Login THIS [...]

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