A holistic perspective allowing all voices to be heard.
We believe the first steps to enhancing psychological safety in the workplace is to build knowledge, stimulate open discussions, and teach about the signs, tactics, profiles, prevalence, and causes of harassment and bullying. Workers need to have an understanding and language to identify what is happening to them, and the Employers need tools to address it. With information and tools, leaders and employees can prevent and/or intervene earlier before any harm has occurred. Harassment and bullying can take a person’s self-confidence and voice away leaving them feeling hopeless. ABRC offers support and resources to employers, and employees. This includes those who are identified for acting out with harassing or bullying behaviours.
What types of issues can our workplace training services address? Situations involving workplace bullying, psychological harassment, psychological violence, psychological hazards, mobbing and lateral violence.