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Facilitating a Safe and Respectful Workplace

The Conference Board of Canada, May 21, 2019
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Despite the compelling evidence, not all employers are fully engaged in preventing harassment (including bullying and sexual harassment) and workplace violence. Even among those that are engaged, there is no globally accepted and evidence-based preventive solution. One factor that can predict the degree of risk and prevalence of harassment and violence in a workplace is incivility. And while incivility plays a role in predicting harassment and violence, the benefits of creating strategies and programs focused on curbing incivility have been given less attention.

Webinar Highlights

Highlights of this recorded webinar include the following:

  • Building the case for why facilitating a respectful workplace is so important.
  • Expanding your understanding of a respectful workplace.
  • Reducing the risk of respectful workplace violations, including acts of incivility.

About Bill

Photo of Bill HowattBill Howatt is Chief of Research, Workforce Productivity, for The Conference Board of Canada. Bill is the former chief research and development officer for workforce productivity, Morneau Shepell, and founder of Howatt HR Consulting. He has over 25 years’ experience in strategic HR, mental health and addictions, and leadership.

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