Human Rights in Employment Forum Series

The Human Rights in Employment forums are in-person morning sessions that provide an in-depth look into human rights issues in the area of employment. A panel of experts explore current human rights issues and present common scenarios that companies may face to help participants develop a deeper understanding of the topic.

The forums are targeted to those with a good working knowledge of the Alberta Human Rights Act and principles such as the duty to accommodate, undue hardship, bonafide occupation requirement and preventing harassment. For more information on these topics, you can visit the Commission’s E-learning centre or attend a public workshop.

The forums are designed for human resource practitioners, executives, managers and supervisors, business owners, and union leaders who would like up-to-date information on current human rights topics and want to learn about how other organizations are dealing with these complex issues. 

Please check back for the schedule of upcoming forums.

For more information about the forums, you can email or call Jessica Snow at 780-422-1924 in Edmonton. You can call toll-free from Alberta locations outside Edmonton by first calling 310-0000.

Revised: March 13, 2019






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