HR Domains (Career GPS): Occupational Health and Safety; Employee Relations; Organizational Design and Development
Bullying behaviour is a serious problem that can have damaging effects for the workplace, not to mention lost productivity and potential legal headaches for employers, and it’s becoming a target for legislators. Is your organization doing all it should be to prevent this type of behaviour? Do you know what to do if it crops up in your workplace?
This webinar will explore the following topics:
- The legislative landscape in Canada for addressing workplace discrimination and bullying
- An employer’s obligation to prevent discrimination and harassment
- How to conduct an effective workplace investigation
- Dealing with the aftermath- how to move forward after an investigation has concluded
- Practical tips for preventing workplace discrimination, harassment and bullying
Presenters: Katherine Ford and Sylvie Guilbert, Sherrard Kuzz LLP
Sylvie M.D. Guilbert provides advice to employers across the country and her focus includes: attendance management, employee relations, employment contracts, employment screening and hiring, employment standards, human rights, workplace investigations and wrongful dismissal litigation.
Sylvie is a member of the Ontario Bar Association (Labour & Employment, Privacy, Workers’ Compensation, Civil Litigation, Constitutional, Civil Liberties & Human Rights), the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Law Society of British Columbia.
Previously. she held the positions of General Counsel with a federal Crown Corporation,
Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law and School of Business of the University of Ottawa, and practiced exclusively management-side labour and employment law with an Ottawa law firm