Significant revisions to the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act in 2018 made it obligatory for employers to investigate certain types of complaints. Licencing requirements under the Alberta Security Services and Investigators Act of 2010 have since been ignored by many self-proclaimed “workplace investigators”.
Workplace investigations into incidents or complaints require a delicate and sensitive approach, especially when dealing with individuals who have experienced trauma.
You can’t tell if someone is abused by looking at them, bruises from abuse typically aren’t always visible …
Linda Crockett has been recognized in the 2023 COS Top Women in Safety Awards.
You're Invited to a fundraiser for the launch of The Canadian Institute of Workplace Harassment and Violence on October 20, 2023. Cocktails, Networking, Silent Auction and Dancing!
This is our first in a series of surveys. Your voice matters now more than ever. People are listening.
Episode 7 of On The Record features a conversation about academic bullying.
Academic abuse/harassment or 'Academic Bullying' is an issue of critical importance, both in terms of its prevalence and increasing efforts to identify, address and mitigate its effects.
An article by Susanne Tauber, Nancy F. Oliveri, Dora Kostakopoulou and Morteza Mahmoudi published in FEBS PRESS in 2022.
An article written by Susanne Täuber and published in the Journal of Management Studies in December 2020.
Episode 6 of On The Record features personal stories from doctors.