Often, individuals skip steps in the creative problem-solving process. The key to finding a creative solution is to follow a 3 Step Process for Problem Solving. These steps include defining the real problem, exploring different solutions and making the best decision.
Date: July 25, 2019
This webinar will provide participants with practical guidelines to deal with claims of harassment or violence and tips on how to conduct proper workplace investigations. Participants will learn about the importance of conducting a comprehensive investigation in today’s challenging work environment, as well as what not to do in these situations.
The Occupational Health and Safety Act in Ontario does not prescribe measures related to psychological health and safety, except for workplace harassment, workplace sexual harassment and workplace violence, and in 2017 the MOL issued 11,662 Orders for violations of workplace violence and harassment requirements, topping the list of top 10 health and safety violations.
Date: Thursday May 30th, 2019
Our HR Meets Happy Hour Event 2019 was an opportunity for employers to learn more about Employee Relations. Our HR and Employment Law experts facilitated this informative session and gave valuable insight regarding this topic. Check out our social media and website for upcoming events.
At its peak, the #MeToo movement was all over the internet, TV and radio. It seemed that everywhere you turned, new and serious allegations surrounding your favourite stars and business leaders were coming to the forefront. Although the movement seemed primarily focused on high-proﬁle Hollywood celebrities, there are many elements that can be adopted as best practices in your workplace today.
The impact of mental health on the health, safety and productivity of workers today is more evident than ever before. The National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace recognizes the need to integrate prevention of mental harm, promotion of mental health, and conflict resolution into the culture of the organization.
Although mental health issues can be uncomfortable to discuss, employers have a duty to inquire if they suspect one of their employees is suffering from an undisclosed illness, says Toronto employment lawyer Jordan Rodney.
Dates: June 18, 2019, August 22, 2019, October 16, 2019
Join MaxPeople’s session for the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA Ontario) on “Leading Through Change”.
Date: June 20, 2019
Through this webinar, participants will learn how to effectively manage mental health in the workplace and acquire the strategies to help create an inclusive environment that can reduce stigmas. Additionally, accommodation and return-to-work initiatives will be examined to ensure employers are equipped to manage mental health challenges in the workplace.
Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario Session – Human Resources Fundamentals for non-HR Professionals
Dates: June 6, 2019, August 22, 2019, September 25, 2019, October 25, 2019
Join MaxPeople’s session for the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA Ontario) on “Human Resources Fundamentals for non-HR professionals”.