Bystanders Need Help Too!

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...

Are You Bullied at Work Because of an ADHD Diagnosis?

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...

The Human Resource Corner – July 2021 Edition

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...

40% of Canadians are bullied at work according to an expert. Resolving workplace bullying is a comprehensive approach to this serious issue that injures employees and their families, damages teams and organization through loss of reputations, production, absenteeism, complaints, grievances, arbitrations and investigations.

The employment of relatives can cause various problems including but not limited to charges of favoritism, conflicts of interest, family discord and scheduling conflicts that may work to the disadvantage of both the agency and its employees

The employment of relatives can cause various problems including but not limited to charges of favoritism, conflicts of interest, family discord and scheduling conflicts that may work to the disadvantage of both the agency and its employees