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Case study: Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace
April 20 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Occupational health and safety legislation requires employers to provide a workplace environment that is free from bullying and harassment. Employers are required to have policies in place and be prepared to recognize and respond to bullying and harassment, and investigate a situation when required.
This case study will explore a bullying and harassment workplace scenario to assist participants in preparing for a future incident (and to maintain compliance with WorkSafeBC requirements). In this presentation, we will discuss:
- What is, and what is not, bullying and harassment in the workplace
- The importance of updating your workplace policies, procedures and prevention plans
- How to investigate incidents and reports of bullying and harassment
is an employment, labour and human rights lawyer at Davidson Lawyers.
Kelsey provides guidance on workplace issues such as drafting employment contracts, performance and attendance management, wrongful dismissals, human rights and the duty to accommodate, workplace investigations, and statutory compliance (both provincially and federally).
Kelsey was born and raised in Vernon and is thrilled to be practicing law at the law firm her grandmother worked at sixty-years ago (as a legal assistant for Neil Davidson). Kelsey is as unique as her clients, and she developed her passion for litigation while working as a judicial law clerk for the Provincial Court of Alberta.