Alberta Human Rights Information Service May 8, 2012
Human Rights in the Workplace public workshops scheduled for spring 2012 information from the workshop module Duty to accommodate, and
an understanding of harassment in the workplace and strategies to prevent such harassment.
You can still register for upcoming Human Rights in the Workplace public workshops. The full-day public 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,
The full-day workshops will also provide participants with an understanding of respectful and inclusive workplaces and strategies to create such a workplace.
The Human Resources Institute of Alberta has approved a maximum of 10 points towards the recertification of the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation when attending a full day workshop.
The public workshops are scheduled from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and the fee, which includes lunch, is $131.25 (GST included). The spring schedule is listed below:
Edmonton: May 16, 2012
Calgary: May 30, 2012
Lethbridge: June 6, 2012
Read more about the workshops. To register for a workshop, complete and mail in the on-line registration form.
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