Peterborough: 03.24.2021 *Virtual* A New Look at Workplace Violence Legislation and It's Impact

Date and Time

Starts:03/24/2021 6:30 PM

Ends:03/24/2021 8:30 PM

Event Type: Webcast

2 Hours Hour(s)





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Peterborough: March 24, 2021 A New Look at Workplace Violence Legislation and It's Impact 

Whether it is the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Bill 168, Bill 132 or C-65, workplace violence legislation is here to stay. However, workplace violence is often times a symptom. However, the impact of this legislation on workplaces can actually be beneficial to help. By understanding the causes and putting systems in place to identify and prevent the risks of workplace violence, you are not only being compliant with the law but have the opportunity to have a positive impact on talent attraction and retention and building a competitive culture. We will review the current legislation, what has changed after COVID and how it impacts you. 

Participants will learn:

  • The 12 organizational factors that can lead to workplace violence. 
  • How to use aspects of the legislation to build leadership capacity. 
  • How to apply data to not only identify factors that can lead to workplace violence but also identify bad managers/high risk employees. 


6:30 pm - Welcome and Introductions 

6:40 pm - Speaker Presentation

8:30 pm - Event Concludes  

Speaker bio(s)
Michael Rosenberg

Mike Rosenberg, MBA As CEO of AI2HR (formerly WPV Corp.), Michael Rosenberg brings over 20 years of HR experience. The author of such books as The Flexible Thinker®, Extreme Career Performance and The Best Practices of Employee Retention, Michael has established himself as a thought leader in the field of human resource development. Through his company OYG Consulting, Michael has spearheaded many projects with regards to organizational capacity and work place harassment interventions. Companies such as Morneau Shepell and Iceberg Navigation have used his tools both to help individual clients deal with stress and organizations create positive cultures. Michael was a co-founder of Leadership Peel and his own leadership in that area was featured in the book Made in Canada Leadership. Michael has run his own successful consulting practices for over 15 years and worked with dozens of clients throughout the world.