Workplace Harassment and Violence 101 Session

Canada Labour Code compliance and why it matters to you.
Join our Workplace Harassment and Violence 101 Session

 

A must attend info session for:  Federally regulated employers in trucking and logistics. HR leaders and managers. Industry professionals.

Trucking HR Canada will cover everything employers need to know to get an anti-harassment and violence program off the ground, including:

  • The Business Case behind addressing workplace harassment and violence
  • Impacts on the trucking industry specifically
  • How we define and recognize harassment and violence at work
  • Employer’s obligations

You’ll also learn about Trucking HR Canada’s suite of employer resources.  Our resources are designed for the industry and by the industry, and help employers meet key Canada Labour Code requirements. The session will also include a peak at Trucking HR Canada’s workplace harassment and violence training solutions.

 

Registration is free and we look forward to hosting you.

Date: April 27, 2021

Time: NOON (Eastern)

Please Register Below

This program was developed in partnership with Labour Canada, labour groups, employment lawyers, and HR professionals.   It is delivered in partnership with the Canadian Trucking Alliance and all provincial associations.

 

The project is funded in part by the government of Canada’s Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Fund.

Briefing for Federal Officials

RSVP - Trucking HR Canada Briefing - May, 2021

 

JOIN TRUCKING HR CANADA’S BRIEFING
FOR FEDERAL OFFICIALS

 

New Research Findings:

 

Up-to-Date COVID-19 Labour Market Impacts on Canada’s Trucking and Logistics Industry

Job Opportunities Will Contribute to

National Employment Gains

Post-Pandemic Strategies for Canada’s

Economic Recovery

 
PRESENTERS

 Angela Splinter, CEO, Trucking HR Canada

Craig Faucette, Director of Policy and Programs, Trucking HR Canada

 

 

 Trucking HR Canada will share new labour market research findings that describe the challenges and opportunities for Canada’s Trucking and Logistics industry.

National employment trends will be explained with an outline charting the road ahead to post-pandemic economic recovery.

A question-and-answer format will invite further discussion.

 

It is free, register today! Please complete the form to attend.

 

Presenters

  • Angela Splinter

    Trucking HR Canada - CEO

  • Craig Faucette

    Trucking HR Canada - Director of policy and programs