Occupational Health and Safety Amendment Act-Violence and Harassment in the Workplace: An Overview to Compliance

Bill 168 was enacted and passed on December 15, 2009 in Ontario (Canada). It addresses violence and harassment issues in the workplace, and the bringing of domestic violence into the sphere of work. This document outlines steps employers must take to comply with Bill 168.

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Development drives engagement, which in turn inspires motivation, effort, and smarter thinking—keys to competitive edge and organizational longevity. Yet negative myths about development—it takes too much time, employees are responsible for their own growth—often keep career development from being a first-line priority for managers.

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