Alberta Human Rights Information Service January 18, 2012
Human Rights in the Workplace public workshops scheduled for winter 2012executives, managers and supervisors,
human resource professionals,
union representatives, and
anyone interested in learning more about human rights in the workplace.
It's not too late to register for a Human Rights in the Workplace public workshop! The Commission has scheduled winter public workshops for Edmonton, Calgary and Lethbridge.
These workshops are available to the public and are particularly recommended for:
The full-day workshops 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 workshops qualify for points towards Certified Human Resources Professional recertification. Read more about recertification points.
Winter public workshops are scheduled as follows:
Edmonton: February 8, 2012
Calgary: February 15, 2012
Lethbridge: February 29, 2012
Read more about the workshops. To register for a winter public workshop, please use the public workshop registration form.
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