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Workplace training: Proactive or reactive

Here’s a training tip I share with my workshop participants: Human rights sensitiviy training will probably not change racist opinions. Training will, however, let employees know how to file a complaint internally. This mechanism allows you to deal with the issue before it gets to the Human Right Tribunal. LEARN–DON’T LITIGATE.

Is human rights training and sensitivity training a wise investment for your company? Read this article––racist-taunts-cost-boss-25-000 

Andrew Lawson, Human Rights Expert. Andrew conducts training workshops on the prevention of workplace harassment, workplace violence and bullying in the workplace.           416-534-3499 

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Andrew Lawson

Trainer and advisor at Learn Don't Litigate
Andrew Lawson is a human rights and health and safety trainer and advisor, currently consulting to both the federal and Ontario governments. Since 1996, he has conducted extensive legal research in the areas of human rights and occupational health and safety law. He has worked in the people management business for over 25 years. Read more
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  • Virginia Young says:

    What IS the difference between reactive training and proactive training in a workplace?