Respect and civility in the workplace is the foundation for a psychologically safe workplace. A respectful workplace values care, consideration, and dignity of others. Workplaces lacking in respect can result in high financial and emotional costs to employer, workers and communities. High levels of turnover, conflict, grievances, and low levels of morale, attendance, and productivity are often associated with workplaces where respect is not a core value. Preventing disrespectful behaviour begins with understanding the causes and taking action to create a respectful workplace where workers mental health is protected.
Participants will review the following:
- Roles and responsibilities creating a respectful workplace
- Legislative requirements in harassment prevention
- Definition of respect and what respectful behaviour looks like
- The link between harassment and respect
- CSA standard as a tool to help workplaces create respectful workplaces
- General tips for creating a respectful workplace
Click here to sign up.
1 of 1