Violence and harassment

Construction employer ordered to pay nearly $1 million in damages

Sexual assaults have left victim unable to work, owner of firm currently serving three-year prison sentence

Construction employer ordered to pay nearly $1 million in damages

Are employers refusing vaccine mandates putting their workers at risk?

McDonald's employee reportedly hit in the face over proof-of-jab dispute

Are employers refusing vaccine mandates putting their workers at risk?

A history of workplace violence: Canada’s health care sector in “deep crisis”

The pandemic has brought to light a long-standing problem but workers are afraid to speak out, says author and researcher

A history of workplace violence: Canada’s health care sector in “deep crisis”

Webinar on military sexual misconduct, trauma continues this month

Second and third parts of the webinar series set on Sept. 16, 23

Webinar on military sexual misconduct, trauma continues this month

Healthcare workers' unions want angry anti-vax rallies outside hospitals to stop

Urging those exercising their right to freedom of expression to do so peacefully

Healthcare workers' unions want angry anti-vax rallies outside hospitals to stop

Yukon preparing employers for coming into force of new violence, harassment rules

Speakers will offer practical advice and tools on event

Yukon preparing employers for coming into force of new violence, harassment rules