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Golf Canada Joins the Responsible Coaching Movement

March 6th, 2018 Activity Leaders, Respect in Sport, Respect in the Workplace

Golf Canada Joins the Responsible Coaching Movement

 

Golf Canada is proud to announce it is working to combat and prevent abuse, bullying and harassment in golf by adopting Respect in Sport and Respect in the Workplace as part of its deepened commitment to the Responsible Coaching Movement (RCM). “We are very proud to be joining other National Sport Federations in adopting and facilitating this important training among our golf community,” said Laurence Applebaum, CEO, Golf Canada. “Our commitment to integrating the Responsible Coaching Movement and Respect programming into the core areas of our organization will strengthen our efforts to build a culture of respect, and further instill a safe, fun and positive environment in golf.” MORE

Active bystanders can stop abuse in the halls of power

March 5th, 2018 Activity Leaders, Parents, Respect in School, Respect in Sport, Respect in the Workplace, Sheldon Kennedy

Active bystanders can stop abuse in the halls of power

What everyone who works in the field of politics requires is bystander training. Victims of abuse – be it child abuse, sexual abuse, workplace harassment, marital abuse or elder abuse – will note that they repeatedly tried to tell their story and get help, but nothing happened. “From my experience, a child who is being abused has to tell — on average — seven people before their story is taken seriously,” said survivor and activist Sheldon Kennedy. MORE

#MeToo in medicine: Culture of silence keeps med students from reporting abuse by their mentors

March 2nd, 2018 Respect in the Workplace

#MeToo in medicine: Culture of silence keeps med students from reporting abuse by their mentors

 

Warning: this story contains graphic details of sexual harassment and assault that some readers may find disturbing.

With a major deadline approaching and saddled with stress in her personal and professional lives, a female medical student reached out to her academic advisor, a senior physician, for advice.

Instead, the woman (who White Coat, Black Art is calling Rachel) said she was subjected to a violent sexual assault by the man who was supposed to be her professional mentor. It left her with the agonizing decision of whether to file a formal complaint, knowing it could possibly sabotage her career. MORE

Respect Group Receives Business Leaders Award

November 6th, 2017 General News, Respect in the Workplace

Respect Group Receives Business Leaders Award

Any successful business depends on its loyal clients. At Respect Group, ours are special. They believe, strongly, in creating respectful sport, school and workplace environments. That has taken leadership and conviction. Thank you, to each and every one of our incredible partners who have trusted us throughout the last 13 years. MORE

Unfair Employee Treatment Cost Companies $16 Billion

May 1st, 2017 Respect in the Workplace

Unfair Employee Treatment Cost Companies $16 Billion

 

Unfair treatment meted out to certain kinds of workers is driving away people from tech jobs. According to the ‘Tech Leavers Study’ by the Kapor Center for Social Impact, not only is unfairness the biggest reason for tech workers to quit jobs, it can also cost tech companies close to $16 billion per year to find replacements. The study spans more than 2,000 people who left their tech jobs over the past three years.

“While the hot job market is typically blamed for high rates of turnover in tech, the data suggests it is a bit more complicated: experiences with unfairness are actually driving many employees to leave, particularly within tech companies,” the study said. MORE

Workplace Safety Prevention Services

February 24th, 2016 Respect in the Workplace, Uncategorised

 

WSPS Teaming Up to Inspire Cultures of Respect Everywhere

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