Podcasts

Episode 8: Workplace equity, inclusion, and belonging

Nancy Simms, Director of Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion and Bharat Saini, Manager of Human Rights Equity & Inclusion, both with Humber College in Toronto, discuss how HR professionals can support transformative equity, inclusion, and belonging in workplaces

Episode 8: Workplace equity, inclusion, and belonging

Episode 7: Days without incivility

How employers can improve the wellbeing of workplaces by deterring incivility among employees

Episode 7: Days without incivility

Episode 6: Common forms of workplace discrimination

Employment lawyers in Toronto discuss workplace discrimination and harassment, and how to reduce the risks

Episode 6: Common forms of workplace discrimination

Episode 5: Health & Safety and Work Refusals

Jeffrey Smith chats with Patrick Essiminy of Stikeman Elliot’s Employment & Labour Group in Montreal about key health and safety rules in the Canada Labour Code, what to do when an employee makes a work refusal under health and safety legislation (using the law in Quebec, where he practices, as an example) as well as a recent and notable case in which he was involved that addressed whether provincial OHS legislation should apply to federally regulated employers in certain circumstances.

Episode 5: Health & Safety and Work Refusals

Episode 4: 2019 - The year ahead in HR

In this episode, we sit down with Louise Taylor Green, president of the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA), and Bill Howatt, chief of research, workforce productivity at the Conference Board of Canada to look at what is on the horizon for employers throughout 2019.

Episode 4: 2019 - The year ahead in HR