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This white paper is a case study with Humber River Family Health Team (HRFHT). The white paper examines what happens to turnover rates when implementing tools to measure and build a culture that effectively deals with workplace violence, harassment and sexual harassment. The paper also provides insights into the impact on the HRFHT’s bottom line when turnover rates are lowered.
The lead article for the International Risk Management’s (IRMI) quarterly publication EPLConsultant. This article lays out a comprehensive approach to mitigate the risk and response to workplace violence, harassment and sexual harassment.
This it the complete factor analysis report for the WPV risk instrument. This report validates that the risk instrument is a predictive tool for assessing the risk of workplace violence, harassment and sexual harassment. Prepared by St. Mary’s University, this details how accurate the risk assessment is in predicting workplace violence and harassment.
As sexual harassment dominates the headlines, this article examines its impact on the meeting planning industry and discusses solutions to the problem.
How The Sexual Harassment Claims Could Harm Women In Hollywood discusses the impact of sexual harassment allegations on senior executive hiring within the entertainment industry.
Incorporated into New Software System Designed to Mitigate the Risk of Workplace Violence, Harassment and Sexual Harassment
WPV Corp. has designed a risk assessment instrument for workplace violence including sexual harassment. The instrument has been validated in a study performed by St. Mary’s University of Halifax. The study was conducted by Olivier Roncalez, a graduate student in Industrial & Organizational Psychology under the supervision of Dr. Kevin Kelloway. Dr. Kelloway is the Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health Psychology at Saint Mary’s University. He is the founding director of the CN Centre for Occupational Health and Safety.
November 28, 2017 – WPV Creates Technology to Create a System that Significantly Reduces the Risk of Sexual Harassment and Workplace Violence
WPV Corp. Software and Services Create Independent 3rd Party Ombudsman
WPV Corp. has completed development of a software application that is designed to significantly reduce the risk of sexual harassment, harassment and workplace violence. Three years in development, the software combines an incident reporting system with a validated risk assessment. The aim is to help identify and respond to workplace violence in real time.
Here are some links to articles that help you understand the risk to both yourself and your organization of workplace violence/harassment/sexual harassment: