Alberta Human Rights Information Service August 30, 2011

Human Rights in the Workplace public workshops scheduled for fall 2011

You can still register for three upcoming Human Rights in the Workplace public workshops scheduled for Edmonton, Calgary and Lethbridge in September and October 2011. The full-day workshops, intended for managers, supervisors, team leaders, human resource professionals, union leaders, and small business owners will provide participants with:

  • an overview of Alberta's human rights legislation,
  • information from the workshop module Duty to accommodate, and
  • an understanding of harassment in the workplace and strategies to prevent such harassment.

The full-day workshops will also provide participants with an understanding of respectful and inclusive workplaces and strategies to create such workplaces.
The workshop fee is $131.25 ($125.00 plus GST). Lunch is included.

The fall public workshops are scheduled as follows:

Edmonton
Date:
September 21, 2011
Location: Sawridge Inn Edmonton South

Calgary
Date:
October 12, 2011
Location: Best Western Village Park Inn

Lethbridge
Date:
October 12, 2011
Location: Lethbridge Centre

Read more about the workshops. To register for a fall public workshop, please use the public workshop fall 2011 registration form.

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