Resources for employers
This section provides links to resources and information about services that the Commission offers employers. Employers will find these useful when dealing with human rights issues in the workplace.
- Confidential inquiry service: Employers can call for information on dealing with human rights issues. All calls are confidential.
- Using mediation to resolve human rights issues in the workplace: This Commission publication discusses various forms of alternative dispute resolution and provides an in-depth discussion of mediation.
- Workshops: The Commission will tailor workshop to individual workplaces for a minimal charge.
- Consultation services and policy reviews: The Commission can review or help develop workplace policies related to human rights issues such as harassment prevention (including sexual harassment) and accommodation.
- Case studies: Cases studies provide examples of how the Commission deals with human rights complaints.
Revised: December 16, 2009
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