|DATE:||June 12th 2020|
This workshop provides a communication and decision-making model to help businesses, schools, organizations, and communities become more effective in their management of threats.
Some of the Topics Reviewed
· Types of Threats
· Typical Stages of Violence
· Threat Assessment Team and Plan Development
· Guiding Principles in Assessment
· Considerations Related to Anonymous Threats
|DATE:||June 18th 2020|
|1:00 pm to 2:00 pm|
COVID-19 has changed the world. It has changed how we do business. It has changed how we operate. It has changed how we engage and interact. For how long… no one knows. It could be a few months or a year. Or it could mean a permanent new way of functioning. Uncertainty is the new normal.
But exclusion doesn’t take a break during a pandemic. In fact, there are many examples of people and organizations falling back into old patterns that are sometimes subtly, and sometimes overtly exclusionary. Now more than ever, we need to maintain our focus on diversity and inclusion to ensure people that have traditionally been marginalized are not further pushed to the edges.
CPHR New Brunswick is proud to have partner with the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion to present a free webinar called The business case for diversity and inclusion in a crisis. This webinar will outline the business case for why it is critically important for employers to maintain, and in fact expand their focus on diversity and inclusion to ensure that this new normal doesn’t exclude anyone.
Registration is required, go here to register.
|DATE:||July 14th 2020|
|8:00 am to 12:00 am|
What does a mentally healthy workplace look like? Imagine... Employees are engaged and passionate about their jobs, often surpassing expectations and productivity markers set by management. Management, staff and all other players motivate one another and enjoy satisfying, reciprocal professional relationships. Sick time and disability claims are at an all-time low and employee retention rates are the envy of other organizations. Morale and employee satisfaction are so exceptional that attracting qualified candidates is a breeze when vacancies come up. You develop a stellar corporate reputation and are recognized as a leader in your industry and a great place to work. Your organization absolutely thrives! Sounds good, right?
This session will equip you with the necessary tools to be proactive about workplace wellness and foster a psychologically safe work environment. Mental health issues account for about one third of all disability claims in Canadian workplaces, and 70% of the total costs. In addition to the impact of absenteeism, many organizations are experiencing diminished productivity, disengagement and other effects of “presenteeism”—employees being physically present at work but functioning below their capacity due to mental distress. Employers have a duty to make reasonable accommodations for health conditions whether physical or mental in nature but offering support and implementing accommodations can be complex when it comes to mental health concerns. Topics covered in this session will include:
- Mental health: what it is, its place in our overall health and its impact in the workplace
- Stigma, and the blatant and more subtle forms this type of discrimination can take
- Legal responsibilities and rights of the employer and employee, including the duty to inquire, duty to make reasonable accommodations
- Understanding depression and anxiety, the most common mental disorders in Canada
- Talking about mental health problems in the workplace: practical conversation tools
- Connecting employees with professional support: who, what, when and how?
- Resources, next steps and easy-to-implement strategies to be proactive (vs. reactive) and promote positive mental health at work and at home
Join Psychological Health & Safety Consultant Elizabeth Eldridge for a thought provoking morning exploring the many implications of mental health at work and its relevance to your role as a Human Resource Professional.
|DATE:||December 7th 2020|
|7:00 am to 5:00 pm|
December 7 & 8 , 2020
- Specially designed concurrent education sessions with industry experts providing an in-depth look at the topics and issues of importance in HR.
- A trade show showcasing the latest in suppliers’ tools, technologies, and offerings.
- The CPHRNB Awards of Excellence Dinner – celebrating the best in Human Resources from across New Brunswick.
- Anticipated by 200+ attendees, including Human Resources Professionals, CEOs, senior leaders, service providers, and other HR stakeholders from across the region.
The Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of New Brunswick encourages you to participate in this opportunity for learning and networking that will be available at this conference. With over 825 members located throughout New Brunswick, CPHRNB is committed to ensuring this conference brings value for all participants, including emerging and experienced HR professionals.
Attendance at the Conference qualifies for CPHR re-certification hours at a maximum of eight (8) hours per day.
Visit our conference website for ALL THE EXCITING DETAILS!!!
Deadline to purchase tickets is October 9, 2020
Deadline to cancel registration for a refund is October 23,2020 9
Minus a $50 admin fee