40% of Canadians bullied at work

Bullying does not just happen on the playground. Experts say it's a real problem in the workplace, too.  How common is workplace bullying in Canada?  From a CBC news summary, Jacqueline Power, an assistant professor of management at the University of Windsor's Odette School of Business, has spent years researching bullies in the workplace. She [...]

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Employers required to have comprehensive anti-bullying policies and procedures

In March 2003, WorkSafe BC amended its policies with specific requirements involving recognizing, preventing and dealing with bullying and harassment, which come into effect Friday, Nov. 1. The new rules require employers to have anti-bullying policies, provide training, and have reporting and complaints procedures for bullying and harassment situations and to keep records of cases. [...]

Workplace Bullying Prevention Act – Respectful Workplaces coming to BC

respectful workplace Want to more respect and civility at work? Want to prevent and reduce bullying in your workplace? There has been an important first step. Just this summer, there was the first reading of a proposed act in British Columbia to prevent workplace bullying. This is very good news. While at this [...]

How to create agreement in even the most difficult situations

William Ury, author of "Getting to Yes," offers an elegant, simple (but not easy) way to create agreement in even the most difficult situations -- from family conflict to, perhaps, the Middle East. Using examples of the South African Bushmen...whenever tempers rise, they hide the poison arrows in the bush and they sit and talk [...]

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