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Harassment Prevention: Who Is Responsible?

As discussed in our accompanying article, Harassment Prevention starts with Knowing, the statistics are clear that harassment is occurring in many workplaces.  But who is ultimately responsible for making it stop?  The answer is everyone, but in varying levels.  As with all safety responsibilities, the ultimate responsibility is at the top.  However, everyone can play […]

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Harassment Prevention Starts with Knowing

No one would argue that harassment is wrong.  And no one would argue that the workplace is an exception.  Yet, there are repeated reports of that being exactly the case. In studies from 2017 and 2018, at least 30% of female respondents (and over 10% of male respondents) say they have been sexually harassed in […]

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The Respectful Workplace

The Respectful Workplace In the Canadian OH&S News recently, Feb 28th, 2017, 13 members of the Calgary Police Service filed complaints of bullying and harassment against their employer.  This complaint followed a very public resignation of Const. Jen Magnus, a 14-year veteran of the CPS, while at a commission meeting on Jan 31 due to […]

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