Thank you for participating in the Employer Best Practices training. This training will review the contents of the Employer Best Practices Toolkit and review the best practices an employer can implement to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace.

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This video series has been designed to help you understand how to implement the Employer Best Practices Toolkit in your workplace. The 11 short videos review the toolkit and show what you as an employer can do to prevent harassment in your workplace.

Find out more about LISNS offerings for workplace sexual harassment prevention.

This artwork was created by Mi’kmaw artist Whitney Gould of Whycocomagh, N.S., as a way to honour and acknowledge this land, Mi’kmaw’ki.

Given that the Employer Best Practices Toolkit is a part of an overarching initiative to address systemic sexual violence in our society, it’s important that we acknowledge the disproportional impact that sexual violence has on Indigenous women and girls as discussed in the final report on the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls released in 2019. Addressing sexual harassment in the workplace, mindful of these disparities, and with the view that providing trauma-informed responses and culturally safe environments to work in are incremental steps that employers can take to further calls to justice coming from the 2019 final report.