On our first Pink Shirt Luncheon, people from our community joined us for a lunch on Pink Shirt Day and learned how bullying affects the Canadian workforce.
Every worker has a right to a healthy and safe workplace. One that protects them from injury, illness, and wage loss. A healthy and safe workplace must be a respectful one – free from violence and harassment. On April 1st, 2019 an amendment was made to General Regulation 91-191 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, addressing workplace violence and harassment.
On Pink Shirt Day the Boys and Girls Club of Saint John is hosting a Luncheon with prominent members of the city to raise information about spreading kindness at the workplace.
Dr. VanBuskirk is a partner at Lawson Creamer in Saint John. He teaches labour relations, human resource management and upper level courses in particular areas of business law at undergraduate and MBA level. He also teaches Trial Practice at UNB’s Faculty of Law and Labour & Employment Law in the Law Society of New Brunswick’s Bar Admission Course
Registered Nurse and Associate Professor at UNB. Her research areas include violence and bullying at workplace
Dr. Anil Adisesh
Head of the Division of Occupational Medicine at St. Michael’s Hospital and Associate Professor and Director, Occupational Medicine, University of Toronto
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