Failure to address issue is akin to death by a thousand cuts, specialist tells COS.
Wrongful dismissal refers to any termination of employment that is not lawful. Employers can terminate an employee with cause or without cause.
Episode 3 of On The Record gives a voice to Canadian nurses.
Employees who are targeted by a bully at work, report that their witnesses did not come forward despite their promises, ethics, oath to report abuse, company policies, and legislation.
Episode 2 of On The Record discusses Men as Allies on Workplace Bullying.
It is our hope that by creating a space where teachers can easily access the information all in one place, they will be able to become informed and make their own opinions.
by Linda Crockett, MSW, RSW, SEP, CCPA, founder of the Canadian Institute of Workplace Bullying Resources Employees who are targeted...
Understanding employer and employee rights and responsibilities in relation to safely returning to work in the COVID-19 era and workplace bullying or harassment.
Episode 1 of On The Record honours the faces and unfiltered voices of Our Canadian Women in Blue.
Employers should not that derogatory comments are a violation of employees human rights and can become a case of harassment,...
I developed complex PTSD while working in public health. I asked for help, and my agency shamed me out of my job and to the brink of suicide because they didn’t understand trauma’s effects on the brain. We need to do better.
Why has the vast and complicated area of “trauma” become so crucial for Human Resources professionals to understand?