Are you aware of the 7 key pieces of legislation that impact the way you manage on a daily basis? If not, a single slip-up can lead to claims of harassment or land you in front of the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, Ontario Labour Relations Board or civil court proceedings, costing you thousands of dollars not to mention fines, penalties, and outcomes you may not like.
In this session, we’ll show you good management practices that meet your obligations required under law. Everything from hiring, health and safety, to human rights, to protection of privacy, handling of social media and technology, to discipline and termination as well as managing “accommodation requests” and workplace mental health.
Who Should Attend?
This program is most appropriate for new supervisors, managers or team-leads responsible for frontline employee accountability. Additionally, the program will be of benefit to experienced supervisors who need to refresh with current updates in leading management practices.
How you’ll benefit:
Specifically, this program will provide the following learning opportunities:
What’s our Approach?
No endless PowerPoint presentations here. We use interactive approaches geared to your learning style, plus lots of discussion and learning from each other. The result is a learning environment that is fun, and has immediate transfer to the work environment.
Who is your Facilitator?
Vern Belos is a human resource specialist and professional workplace facilitator who trains managers and leaders with practical perspectives on today’s demanding HR issues. He provides advisory and consulting in the area of emotional intelligence and the psychologically safe and respectful workplace. Vern holds a master’s degree in law from Osgoode Hall Law School, a masters in human resources, and doctorate in organizational development. He is a Certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor.
1 day (9:00-4:00 pm)
Investment: $459 + HST per person.
Contact: Email Melanie Roy firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-969-1913 Ext 2480 for questions.
Visit our public workshops link to register.