Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Training: Canadian Edition
Canadian organizations are responding to the #MeToo movement by taking measures to ensure a working environment that is safe, inclusive and harassment-free. Providing harassment training that is engaging and relevant for a diverse workforce is an important step in building a positive workplace and educating employees on their rights and responsibilities under Canada’s federal and provincial laws.
Online Training: Canadian Edition of Preventing Discrimination and Harassment
The Canadian Edition of Traliant’s award-winning Preventing Discrimination and Harassment training discusses sexual harassment, discrimination, bystander intervention and other workplace topics in a modern, news show format, with bite-sized episodes, real-world video scenarios, quizzes and challenges. The course highlights the federal protections against sexual harassment under the Canadian Human Rights Act, and includes an interactive map that enables employees in Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Alberta, Quebec, and British Columbia to choose and view information on the applicable laws where they work.
The training is available in multiple languages and in separate versions for Employees (40 min) and Managers (50 min), who have additional responsibilities to prevent and report workplace misconduct. The course can be easily customized with an organization’s policies and branding, and includes an acknowledgment form and certificate of completion.
- Different types of harassment and discrimination
- Bystander intervention techniques
- Workplace violence (Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia)
- How to file complaints
- Sharing inappropriate content on social media
- Duty to accommodate
- Role of managers and supervisors
- Responding to complaints
- Canadian Human Rights Act
- Ontario Human Rights Code
- New Brunswick Occupational Health and Safety Act
- Nova Scotia Human Rights Act
- Quebec Act Respecting Labour Standards
- British Columbia Workers Compensation Act
Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Training for Canadian Restaurants
This edition is for Canadian restaurant employees and managers. Episodes cover sexual harassment, discrimination and bystander intervention, and describe protections under Canadian federal and provincial laws in Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Alberta, Quebec, and British Columbia. The course is available in multiple languages and in separate versions for employees and managers, who have additional responsibilities to prevent and report workplace misconduct.
The Traliant Difference
We combine the best elements of video storytelling and eLearning tools to create modern training experiences that help organizations raise awareness of sexual harassment, discrimination and other essential workplace topics, promote positive behavior and create a culture of respect and inclusion.
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