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LATEST NEWS

Accommodating disability, not bad behaviour

IN THE MEDIA

Tips to Prevent Conflict in the Workplace

Do you follow the rules?

Accommodating disability, not bad behaviour

EVENTS

Violence Risk Assessment and Management Workshop for Post-Secondary Institutions

Domestic Violence Risk Assessment and Management in the Workplace: Addressing New Requirements of Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act (Bill 168)

PUBLICATIONS

Respectful workplace - challenging the status quo

Recognize respect - vital signs

 

 
 
 
 

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Ignoring problematic workplace behaviour can set you up for trouble.

Our latest news story Accommodating disability, not bad behaviour highlights the importance of identifying and dealing with bad behaviour in a way that avoids blaming employees and supports employees in making good decisions.

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Joe Moore
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ProActive ReSolutions

LATEST NEWS

Accommodating disability, not bad behaviour


Almost every manager has a story to tell of one disruptive employee – the employee who ends up being involved in every drama in the workplace.

Usually the manager eventually falls back on references to the employee's personality, mental health, or emotional state.

In other words, the employee's behaviour gets explained in terms of what might be called 'intra-personal factors'.

This can create a problem – because the issues around accommodation are never more complex than when a potential mental health problem appears along-side disruptive workplace behaviour.

Employers who use the duty to accommodate as a justification for ignoring an employee's problematic behaviour set themselves up for trouble…

For the full story, visit Network magazine

For assistance in responding to bad behaviour, visit ProActive ReSolutions

PROACTIVE IN THE MEDIA

Tips to Prevent Conflict in the Workplace


Richard D. Hart, respectful workplace specialist at ProActive ReSolutions, is interviewed for his perspective on preventing workplace conflict in the May 2011 Talent Management magazine

For the full story, visit Talent Management


Do you follow the rules?


Joe Moore, managing director of ProActive ReSolutions, writes about how we do and don't follow the rules at work in the February 2011 edition of the National Safety magazine

For the full story, visit ProActive Resolutions


Accommodating disability, not bad behaviour


Richard D. Hart, respectful workplace specialist at ProActive ReSolutions, writes about managing bad behaviour at work in the Spring 2011 edition of Network magazine

For the full story, visit Network magazine

EVENTS

Violence Risk Assessment and Management Workshop for Post-Secondary Institutions


Date: May 30 to June 3

Venue: Lower Mainland of British Columbia (Location TBD)

Presenters: Dr. Stephen Hart and Dr. Kelly Watt

Learn more about this event


Domestic Violence Risk Assessment and Management in the Workplace: Addressing New Requirements of Ontario's Occupational Health and Safety Act (Bill 168)


Date: June 13 –14, 2011

Venue: Room 406, George Brown College, St. James Campus, 290 Adelaide Street, Toronto, Ontario

Presenters: Peter Jaffe and Barb MacQuarrie from the Centre for Research on Violence against Women & Children, and Kelly Watt and Stephen Hart from ProActive ReSolutions

Learn more about this event

PUBLICATIONS

Respectful workplace - challenging the status quo


A plain-English fact sheet to help you and your colleagues reap the benefits of direct conversations about difficult behaviours in the workplace.

View the fact sheet


Recognize respect - vital signs


A plain-English fact sheet that lists and explains the 12 vital signs of workplace respect, and explains how to praise respectful behaviour.

View the fact sheet

 
   
 

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