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At a Glance

Course length: 
60 min+
Course type:
Full Length Course
Category: 
Employment Law Training
Audience: 
Managers, Employees
Topic: 
Workplace Harassment
Format: 
Rich Media

Workplace harassment and violence can affect organizations across Canada. But risk can be reduced through comprehensive policies and training.

Workplace Harassment and Violence: Canadian Edition will help employees and managers at any level of an organization identify and prevent harassment and violence in the workplace. Learners will explore best practices for responding to harassment and violence and receive guidance on how and where to make a report, without fear of reprisal. Additional, manager-specific content addresses their unique responsibilities, covering important topics like power differentials, workplace boundaries, responding to violations and complaints, and the policy against reprisal. Animation, video and interactive scenarios reinforce critical concepts.

A workplace should be respectful and free from violence. Training on harassment and workplace violence helps ensure it stays that way.

Course Details

  • All employees
All employees

​Key concepts covered in this course:

  • What Is Harassment and Discrimination?
  • What Does Harassment Look Like?
  • Harassment: Who, What, When, Where?
  • How Can I Prevent Harassment?
  • What Should I Do if I See or Experience Harassment?
  • How Do I Report Harassment – and What Happens Next?
  • What Are My Responsibilities as a Manager?
  • Workplace Violence – What Is It?
  • Workplace Violence Warning Signs
  • Responding to Workplace Violence

 

Reinforce this topic with these two micro learning courses

NAVEX Global suggests these courses that pair well:

Workplace Harassment: Avoiding Offensive Behavior

  • Micro Learning Course
  • All Learners

How can you tell if you’ve offended someone? What should you do if you have? And how can you respond if you witness it happening to someone else? These are the questions tackled by this micro learning course, with an emphasis on considering the perspectives and feelings of others.

Workplace Harassment: Avoiding Offensive Behavior

Workplace Harassment: Be an Ally, Not a Bystander

  • Micro Learning Course
  • All Learners

Bystanders have an opportunity to play a key role in workplace harassment prevention, but they may not realize it. Or they may not know what to do in the moment. This micro learning course empowers bystanders to use their voice to speak up, object to offensive behavior and report it.

Workplace Harassment: Be an Ally, Not a Bystander