Learn tools, processes and strategies to both meet your legal obligations and foster workplaces that prevent unlawful and unfair treatment of employees.
Workplace bullying and harassment is widespread in New Zealand. Studies claim that between one in five and one in three workers report bullying or harassment each year. It impacts individuals and their families, company culture, productivity and external reputation. It lowers morale, increases turnover and can often place you at legal risk.
The Thomson Reuters’ Workplace Bullying and Harassment Conference aims to give attendees a better understanding of the key issues and legal framework around bullying and harassment, along with practical advice on how to respond to and prevent it happening in the first place.
The conference has been designed to address content in a practical way, with pragmatic advice for people managers and their advisors.
A livestream option is available on 22 November if you are unable to attend in person.
Who should attend:
- HR Managers
- HR Advisors
- HR Consultants
Dates & locations:
Auckland – 22 November 2022, Cordis
Livestream – 22 November 2022