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.
Author: CIWBR (Digital Rose)
by Linda Crockett, MSW, RSW, SEP, CCPA, founder of the Canadian Institute of Workplace Bullying Resources 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. This includes leaders and staff. Yet bystanders are vital to...
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, bullying and/or discrimination. Anyone experiencing this type of behaviour should commit to documenting what is happening. Also, see your doctor and a workplace specialist who can help you. Below are some links and resources that...
Why has the vast and complicated area of “trauma” become so crucial for Human Resources professionals to understand?
by Tom Girling
Every month an HR Expert willanswer your questions and/or share thoughts and ideas related to human resources. We want to offer you the opportunity to hear from a real-life HR Managers and Experts. Who is HR really here for? This is a complex question that for as many organizations that you know, there will be...
The 6th Annual Workplace Bullying Awareness Week is happening October 17 – 23, 2021. Bullying is a worldwide problem. Together we are the solution.
A time efficient resource for leaders, employees or anyone else looking to track their records and documents.