Canada Workplace Harassment Training
Preventing Workplace Harassment Canada Online Training Course
This program is designed to satisfy mandated training requirements in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia and includes engaging video scenarios and practical manager checklists and guidance. It teaches employees about bullying, harassment, and violence within the workplace and practical, effective strategies to maintain a respectful workplace. This course also guides learners to review and acknowledge their employer’s policy and reporting information. Download the NEW course summary to get an in-depth view of the microlessons included in the course.
This program educates managers based in or doing business in Canada on workplace bullying, violence, and harassment. It is designed to satisfy mandated training requirements in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia - and includes engaging video scenarios and practical manager checklists and guidance. It also includes language, spelling, and references appropriate for a Canadian audience.
Course length: 60 minutes
Audience: Managers and employees
- How to navigate employee conflict with our Workplace Color Spectrum™
- What is workplace violence?
- What is psychological harassment?
- What are protected grounds?
- How to give feedback and modify inappropriate conduct before it leads to a harmful work environment
- How to identify warning signs for workplace violence and appropriate response procedures
- How to use workplace policies and procedures to report any workplace concerns
- Meets the training requirements of Ontario Bill 168 and the Quebec training requirements
- Gives learners direct access to Emtrain subject matter experts for best practices
- Shares anonymized, curated questions submitted by learners and answered by Emtrain Experts
- Includes manager’s checklist and suggested investigation procedures
- Available in English and French Canadian
Shana French is a leading Canadian lawyer whose sophisticated expertise includes the representation of employers in several areas of employment and labour law, with particular emphasis on multinational entrance into Canada, compliance and risk management, policy globalization, executive and non-executive compensation, human rights and accommodation, workplace investigations, and wrongful and constructive dismissal. Prior to joining her firm, Sherrard Kuzz LLP, Shana was Legal Counsel to a telecommunications company publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Shana is frequently asked to chair and speak at national conferences and for employer associations and clients.
Shana is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Bar Association (Labour & Employment, Corporate Counsel, Privacy, Civil Litigation, Constitutional, Civil Liberties, Human Rights, Workers’ Compensation), International Warehouse Logistics Association, and Law Society of Ontario.