THE RESPECTFUL WORKPLACE
This online Respectful Workplace course for managers, supervisors and employees demonstrates the respectful workplace, various types of harassment and gives a comprehensive overview of Ontario Bill 168/132 as they relate to a respectful workplace. This course also provides practical strategies to improve communication and create a positive workplace environment. Upon successful completion of this online Respectful Workplace course, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print.Buy Now
- Examples of harassment, bullying, and retaliation
- The workplace impact of non-respectful behaviour
- What is the difference between impact and intent
- Preventing harassment and bullying
- Responding to harassment or bullying
- Responsibilities of Managers and Supervisors
- The importance of respectful behaviour in the workplace
Approximately 60 minutes
Testing conducted throughout this Respectful Workplace online course is designed to reinforce the information presented. A mark of 80% must be achieved to receive a certificate of completion. Participants are able to repeat the course two additional times if the pass mark of 80% is not achieved.
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
Upon successful completion of this online Respectful Workplace course, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print.
Click here for a link to the Ontario Ministry of Labour website for more information on Workplace Violence and Harassment policies.
What is a respectful workplace?
- Human rights of others related to their race, ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, any physical or mental disability and sexual orientation
- Personal dignity
- Considerate behaviour toward others
- Positive communication between people
- Positive and inclusive working relationships
- Protection from disrespectful, discriminating and harassing behaviour
What are managers’ responsibilities in creating a respectful workplace?
- Display respectful behaviour
- Recognize diversity in the workplace
- Foster a workplace environment that supports the resolution of workplace issues
- Communicate to all employees the relevant OHSA programs and policies including the Harassment and Discrimination Free Workplace policy
- Train all supervisors and employees to promote a respectful workplace
- Oversee the workplace to ensure respectful behaviour is fully being practiced
What are employees’ responsibilities in creating a respectful workplace?
- Always treat your co-workers with respect
- Lead the way by respecting the dignity and human rights of all co-workers
- Reject actions that offend, embarrass or humiliate others
- Immediately address disrespectful conduct with the person displaying it or with a manager
- Try to resolve respectful workplace issues in an informal manner
- Be aware of the Harassment and Discrimination Free Workplace Policy of your company