BC Human Rights Coalition and the FSJ Chamber of Commerce bringing to you a Human Rights Toolkit Seminar for Small Business

 
 B. C. Human Rights Coalition
  #1202 – 510 West Hastings St., Vancouver, BC V6B 1L8
 Telephone 604-689-8474    Fax 604-689-7511     Toll Free 1-877-689-8474
 
Seminar Series: Human Rights Toolkit for Small Business – August 24th Location will be determined by interest and attendance.
 
Call the Chamber office to register for this very important Seminar 250.785.6037
 
Human Rights Toolkit for Small Business is a one day seminar intended to assist small businesses in recruiting and retaining employees from an increasingly diverse workforce while understanding and avoiding human rights complaints, which can be costly and time consuming.
 
The seminar will deal with topics such as:
  • Knowing the law around human rights, bullying and harassment
  • Developing and implementing a respectful workplace policy
  • Avoiding human rights complaints
  • Investigating complaints
  • Remedying informal complaints
  • Responding to formal human rights complaints
  • Understanding the grounds on which to get formal complaints dismissed
  • Navigating the Human Rights Tribunal process
 
The seminar will also cover the question of what constitutes a physical or mental disability for human rights purposes, along with the law on the duty to accommodate. This includes the duty to inquire and the duty to actively engage in efforts to accommodate.
 
This event is open to anyone who wants to attend, but the content is intended to assist small businesses (including nonprofit), small business owners and managers, human resources personnel, workplace and business consultants.
 
A variety of materials is also included.
 
For more information, please contact:
 
Administration:           Diane Rodgers, Project Coordinator
                                    diane@bchrcoalition.org
 
Presenter:                    Robyn Durling, Communications Officer
                                    robyn@bchrcoalition.org
 
This project is funded through a grant from The Law Foundation of British Columbia.