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TESTIMONIAL:


"One of our key sections within the Municipal Works department was in a state of continual conflict and dysfunction resulting in labour relation issues, safety complaints and claims of workplace harassment among key players.

With the tools and suggestions that Blaine incorporated into our training, the group is now meeting regularly and the communication, trust and the work environment for the group has improved significantly. Grievances have been reduced and substantive issues are being discussed. The group is participating in a more collaborative and productive fashion. The changes have been very positive."

Trent Dark,
City of Niagara Falls



Workplaces that work

You also receive a Companion CD-ROM with your purchase.

The CD-ROM is an interactive tool that helps you put the theory into practice.

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Fairness Works!

The Workplace Fairness Institute invites you to explore the range of services that we provide to make your workplace more successful through fair practices.

The Workplace Fairness Institute provides people and organizations with fair, effective and sustainable solutions for preventing, resolving and managing workplace conflicts, such as Ombuds Office services and workplace education.
 
With offices across Canada, we are leading experts on workplace conflict management and offer media commentary, public addresses, research and analysis on contemporary workplace issues internationally.

Our CORE VALUE: By applying the Core Value of Workplace Fairness, organizations are encouraged to practice Communication, Collaboration and Proactivity to their business processes to produce a desirable organizational culture that will enhance shareholder and stakeholder value.

 
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CURRENT EDUCATIONAL OFFERINGS:

Blaine Donais teaching

 

One student writes: "Blaine takes the topics and concepts to a much higher level where we find stimulation and an incredibly valuable learning experience. As a HR/IR practitioner, Blaine added tremendous value to my knowledge and skills."

 

1. WORKPLACE FAIRNESS ANALYST CERTIFICATION

2 day Seminar,

Saturday/Sunday, 24-25 September, 2016

Toronto, Canada.

The Workplace Fairness Institute is holding a training session for pre-qualified professionals to become Workplace Fairness Analysts.  
course outline >>

PLACE: ADRIO, 234 Eglinton Ave East, Ste 405, Toronto, Ontario.
TIME: 9 a.m. arrival, 9:30 a.m. start to 4:30 pm EST.
DATE: 24-25th September 2016.
COST: $600 + $128 + taxes per person [$128 is the one-time cost of books: Workplaces That Work ($98) and WFI White Paper ($30)]. Shipping is additional.
NOTE: To become a certified Workplace Fairness Analyst (WFA), there is additional fee of $200+ tax.
To pre-qualify: CONTACT 416-720-1229 or donais[at]workplacefairness.ca

2. PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH AND SAFETY:

A Foundational Workshop Raising the Standard in Your Workplace.

July 13-14th, 2016.

With Martin Shain, Ann Morgan and Blaine Donais.

Psychological health and safety (PHS) is the new frontier in occupational health. This two-day workshop will provide an overview of PHS key concepts, legal considerations, and known workplace risk factors. Learn about the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety and its implications for your organization.

With increasing workplace stress and depression quickly becoming the leading cause of disability, preventing harm and supporting mental health in the workplace has become an organizational and social imperative. Engage in conversation with field experts on how to navigate the requirements of the emerging duty to provide a psychologically safe system of work in the context of the National Standard.

This interactive workshop will provide you with the foundation you need to take The Psychological Health and Safety Certificate program, and effectively implement the Standard in your workplace. course description >>

CERTIFICATE: Students receive a certificate from York University.
COST: $595 plus 13% HST
DATES: 13-14 July 2016
PLACE: 4700 Keele St. East, York University.
CONTACT: 416-736-2100 ext 22107
INFORMATION: hlln@yorku.ca


3. CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN THE WORKPLACE

WFI in conjunction with York University, DCE.

This course has HRPA credits.

GROUP RATES, CUSTOM TRAINING, IN-HOUSE CLASSES

This course explores workplace culture and the broad range of workplace conflicts. Students will refine their mediation skills and learn basic components of workplace laws and regulation. Students will analyze the different models of dispute resolution and practice using various models and innovative methods to solve different kinds of problems.   course description >>

This course fulfils the DCE elective requirement forYork University's Certificate in Dispute Resolution. Taken independently, students will receive a Certificate of Completion in Workplace Conflict Management from York University. In conjunction with the Workplace Fairness Institute (WFI), this course will pre-qualify students to take the WFI certification seminar to become a Workplace Fairness Analyst. Students who enroll in the WFA Certification training will receive a $100 discount on the cost of the course (including materials). To learn more about our Special Group Rates, Customized Training, In-house Classes, please contact us at 416-736-5616.

CERTIFICATE: Students receive a certificate from York University.
PLACE: Atkinson Bldg, 4700 Keele St. East, York University. Groups may negotiate in-house classes.
CONTACT: coned@yorku.ca or 1-855-900-YORK
INFORMATION: Click for York University site

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