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A strong workplace harassment policy is essential to fostering happy, safe, and productive work environment. As a leader and business owner, it’s not just about drafting a policy on paper. There are important steps to take to make sure your harassment policy is both understood and applied by your employees. This means recognizing harassment at its earliest stages and knowing what kind of behavior crosses the line.
As seen in the Ottawa Business Journal, join employment lawyer Dana DuPerron as she explains what kind of actions are considered harassment, current workplace harassment trends, and steps you can take to retain employees and grow your business.
About the Speaker
Dana DuPerron is an associate lawyer with Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP specializing in Employment Law. Dana’s approach to law involves working with clients to resolve their problems in a creative and collaborative way.
Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP
Nelligan O’Brien Payne is a mid-sized, multi-service law firm in Ottawa, Ontario with over 50 lawyers and is one of Eastern Ontario’s most trusted and respected law firms. Whether you are a new entrepreneur, or you operate an established global enterprise, our lawyers have the expertise and enthusiasm to provide cost effective advice and solutions to help you face today’s business environment with confidence. Our lawyers take pride in assisting clients with all stages of their business needs, including organizing and setting up a business structure, reorganization and restructuring a business, partnership agreements and shareholder agreements, mergers and acquisitions, financing of a business, business succession planning and protection of intellectual property to name a few.