October 15, 2015
Convocation Hall, University of Winnipeg (515 Portage Ave.)
This Symposium brings together researchers and professionals from universities, government, and industry to share results, experiences, and insights on managing and preventing this organizational and social problem. Topics include new developments in the UK, Scandinavia, and Germany delivered by keynote speakers Duncan Lewis (Plymouth University, UK; co-author Trouble at Work, 2012), Annie Hogh (University of Copenhagen; President, International Association of Workplace Bullying and Harassment) and Michael Knoll (Technische Universität Chemnitz; expertise on withheld complaints). Panel sessions focus on best practice for investigation and on assessing policy and program effectiveness, along with roundtable discussion on needs and next steps in knowledge and practice.
The public and university community are welcome to attend as observers. Open seating for observers is provided in the Convocation Hall balcony (up to 70 seats). ASL interpretation and childcare are provided and the venue is wheelchair accessible. For questions or details on the Symposium program, please email email@example.com.
The Partnership, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, builds collaboration to explore workplace bullying and mistreatment, promotes knowledge exchange, and produces evidence to improve well-being, performance, and workplace quality.
The WBM Partnership appreciates the support of The University of Winnipeg, the Province of Manitoba, and the Manitoba Teachers Society as project partner organizations, along with the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba in their sponsorship of this Symposium.
More information here.