Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: How to Prevent it and How to Handle Allegations Like a Professional
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Your company’s reputation is a valuable asset. In the era of the #MeToo movement, increasing numbers of Canadian workplaces must manage allegations of harassment and sexual misconduct. These allegations can arise even in workplaces where appropriate policies are in place. In a world where reputation is key, knowing how to deal with a sexual harassment scandal is paramount and organizations must protect themselves from a legal and public relations perspective. Join our panel of experts to learn the steps employers should take to deal with the aftermath of sexual harassment allegations.
- Creating a safe work environment and employer obligations
- The importance of workplace policies to prevent sexual harassment
- Steps organizations should take if sexual harassment occurs
- Using mediation/arbitration to resolve sexual harassment claims
- Managing organizational reputation in the wake of sexual harassment allegations
CPD for Lawyers: 1 EDA Professionalism Hour
CPD for HRPA and CHRP Members: 1 Hour
Melissa Cable-Cibula - VP of Corporate Communications, NATIONAL
Jane Taber - VP of Public Affairs, NATIONAL
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