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by Stephen Hammond

Download Managing Human Rights at Work: 101 practical tips to prevent human rights disasters eBook
ISBN:
0973495405
Author:
Stephen Hammond
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Stephen Hammond (April 2, 2009)
Pages:
160 pages
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1420 kb
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Stephen Hammond is an author, speaker, trainer and consultant in workplace human rights. He teaches managers, supervisors and staff how to prevent human rights disasters at work and how to deal with human rights problems when they arise. Working with clients in the public and private sectors across Canada, Hammond helps to promote welcoming workplaces. He has trained thousands of employees, managers, and union stewards about harassment, human rights, diversity, equity, and employee relations issues.

Stephen has two books related to human rights. His first book, Managing human rights at work: 101 practical tips to prevent human rights disasters is now in the hands of almost 10,000 Canadian supervisors and managers

Stephen has two books related to human rights. His first book, Managing human rights at work: 101 practical tips to prevent human rights disasters is now in the hands of almost 10,000 Canadian supervisors and managers. People say, it's a "good read" and "I couldn't put it down to go to sleep". It's a fantastic guide to help supervisors and managers understand the workplace human rights process.

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Of course, human rights apply in disaster situations and in the aftermath of. .What about strategies to prevent rape and other forms of sexual abuse that have been reported in large scale housing during disaster?

Of course, human rights apply in disaster situations and in the aftermath of disasters, but, is there more that can be done through the implementation and dissemination of human rights law for the prevention and reduction of disasters in a more systematic way? . Proper willingness by States to respect human rights, at all times, is critical to the utility of human rights law as a prevention tool. What about strategies to prevent rape and other forms of sexual abuse that have been reported in large scale housing during disaster?

Human response to disasters has been recorded throughout human history. In ancient times disasters were often perceived as a result of a deity, divine being, or spiritual creature showing their displeasure over human behavior

Human response to disasters has been recorded throughout human history. In ancient times disasters were often perceived as a result of a deity, divine being, or spiritual creature showing their displeasure over human behavior. This later changed as humans began to see disasters as natural events that caused physical destruction and social chaos to individuals, communities, and societies as opposed to responses to human actions.

If you are a Canadian human resource professional, manager or supervisor, this book and day-to-day tool is for you. It contains practical and common-sense tips and stories related to Canada's workplace human rights issues. Topics include harassment, respectful workplaces, diversity, accommodation, stereotypes, discrimination, disabilities, inclusiveness and male-dominated workplaces. This book will help those in the tricky art of managing people, to understand human rights issues and prevent human rights disasters. In reading each chapter, managers and supervisors can decide if their workplace is in line with the issues it covers: the laws, tribunal or court decisions and overall logic. Many workplaces have bought dozens, hundreds and literally thousands of this book to make sure every one of their supervisors and managers has their own copy. People say, "it's a good read" and "I couldn't put it down to go to sleep" (honestly). Valuable advice for human rights dilemmas at work.