Respect At Work

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Providence Health is committed to ensuring that all individuals working within the organization are treated with dignity and respect, free from discrimination and harassment, and supported in resolving workplace disputes in a constructive manner.

We all have the right to work in an environment that is respectful and have a responsibility to treat everyone at work with consideration. People perform better, are more positive and less stressed when they work in an environment where respect is a high priority. At Providence, showing respect to others is a key part of our culture.

If you require advice or guidance or wish to proceed with a filing a formal complaint of of bullying, harassment, micro-aggression, racism or discrimination, contact phcnobully@providencehealth.bc.ca

The initiative will provide the following:

  • Convenience – employees can more efficiently report an incident their desired level of detail.
  • Transparency – employees can see how their report is progressing and the status: whether received, reviewed, acted on or resolved.
  • Flexibility – employees have the choice of requesting personal supports, education or initiating a formal investigation.
  • Responsiveness – employees can interact with a trained professional throughout the entire process.
  • Independence – employees can report without fear of retaliation or repercussions
  • Action – employers will respond to reports and end unwanted behavior in the workplace

PHC’s goal is to ensure that we have a safe place to work – culturally, psychologically and physically – and that diversity across lines of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, gender expression, and other dimensions of individual and group identity is embraced and celebrated.

Resources and Education

Policies and Expectations

Support Services

Respect and No Bully Line Business Card

Respect and No Bully Line Poster

Respect at Work Brochure

EFAP Services Brochure

Human Resources/Labour Relations Contact Information

Occupational Health Contact Information

Safety and Prevention Contact Information

Leader Education

Questions?

Please email phcnobully@providencehealth.bc.ca with questions or comments.