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Respect in the Workplace 9:30 am
Respect in the Workplace @ ECCDC
Apr 16 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Employers including child care organizations are required under the Occupational Health and Safety Act to review their workplace violence and harassment programs with employees annually. Traditional methods of reviewing the policies and programs are often ineffective when it comes to delivering the right message when dealing with bullying, harassment or inappropriate behaviours that are just under the radar. Your employees need to know more than just the legal definitions of bullying and harassment, they need to understand how it is their joint responsibility to eliminate these behaviours from your workplace. This interactive and informative session will use quizzes and case studies to help participants learn: How to create a stronger corporate culture and change the power dynamics of your team Empower your team with the skills to prevent bullying and harassment within your workplace Create a meaningful policy that ensures that staff know what to do if they are being harassed Develop a corporate culture that encourages bystanders to act when they observe bullying and/or harassing behaviours And other preventative measures This session is hosted by the Early Childhood Community Development Centre.
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Retain and Gain: How Career Ownership is Transforming Nonprofits and Charities 1:00 pm
Retain and Gain: How Career Ownership is Transforming Nonprofits and Charities @ Online
Apr 30 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Here’s what you can expect from this free webinar: Understand how career management approaches, methodologies and frameworks can be used to address key challenges in your workplace Learn what other nonprofits and charities from Vancouver to St. John’s have been asking about career management Consider how your own thinking and your workplace practices may be hiding opportunities for you to shape a different future of work for yourself and for the next generation This event is hosted by CharityVillage.

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