Webinar | No Joking Matter: Complying with N.B. Workplace Anti-Violence & Harassment Requirements
February 22, 2019
By Dominique Fontaine, Lawyer at McInnes Cooper,
Lucie LaBoissonnière, Lawyer at McInnes Cooper
As of April 1, 2019, employers of New Brunswick employees must comply with new occupational health and safety law requirements specific to workplace violence and harassment. The new requirements make it clear that workplace violence and harassment is no joking matter: employers face new obligations to assess and mitigate the risks of workplace violence and harassment – and liability exposure under occupational health and safety laws for failing to do so. And the time to comply is running out.
Join McInnes Cooper Labour & Employment Lawyers Lucie LaBoissonnière and Dominique Fontaine as they tease out the key obligations of New Brunswick’s new workplace anti-violence and harassment requirements and offer tips to help employers comply in their February 19, 2019 Webinar below.
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