Respectful Workplace Centre
As of November 1st, 2013, employers and employees in BC have legal obligation to ensure their workplaces can effectively prevent and/or address bullying and harassing behaviours.
Whether you are still developing policy statements or already training your staff, you can help create a safe and respectful workplace by following the recommendations of WorkSafeBC.
To assist in understanding the new legal requirements, WorkSafeBC has provided a new guideline and tool kit, which includes a handbook, fact sheets, videos, training tools and customizable templates.
- Guarding Minds at Work
- HRVoice article: Workplace Bullying and Harassment Duties
- How a Workplace Bully Can Harm your Staff
- Mental Health Commission of Canada
- New WorkSafeBC Policies on
- Why it’s Crucial to Support Employee Mental Wellness
- Workplace Bullying: the Mental, Physical and Economic Costs
- Workplace Strategies for Mental Health
- WorkSafeBC’s Bullying and Harassment Prevention Tool Kit
- WorkSafeBC’s Backgrounder on Workplace Bullying and Harassment
- WorkSafeBC’s Employer Fact Sheet on Occupational Health & Safety Bullying and Harassment Policies
- Work With Us
- Employers’ Advisers Seminars
- CPHR BC & Yukon professional development
To learn more about professional development opportunities, please refer to CPHR BC & Yukon’s online calendar