Read our State of Employment Law Research Report to get compliance tips from your HR peers.


Hybrid Workplace Harassment: Are You Protecting Your Employees and Your Company from Hidden Threats?

Hybrid Workplace Harassment: Are You Protecting Your Employees and Your Company from Hidden Threats?


In today's "new world of work," many organizations run on a hybrid model, with some employees working remotely and others in the physical office. While this set-up is convenient, it can cause unique interpersonal issues between employees.

Reduced face-to-face communication makes it harder for teams to bond, while making it easier for harassers to get away with bad behavior. To reduce harassment incidents in your hybrid workplace, you need to foster a culture of openness, willingness to learn, and compassion.

Join workplace investigation and executive management expert Kenneth McCarthy as he outlines how to address and prevent hybrid workplace harassment incidents.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Requirements for a healthy workplace in the new, hybrid world of work
  • How to use onboarding and training effectively to support managers and employees
  • The importance of fostering work/life balance and open communication in teams
  • Steps to take if an incident does occur
  • How your workplace can heal and grow over time
  • Tips for caring for the mental health of your HR team
  • How to use historic case data to prevent future incidents

Webinar Presenter
Kenneth McCarthy
Kenneth McCarthy

Ken is a former executive from the Canada Border Services Agency, where during the final 10 years of his career, he led a workplace investigations program for a workforce of over 15,000 employees. He provided executive oversight in more than 500 workplace investigations and has designed and delivered investigation training sessions to over 500 front-line managers.
Ken has seen the devastating consequences of workplace harassment, violence, and fraud on individuals and organizations, from issues related to mental health, absenteeism, and presenteeism; to organizational reputation damage and financial losses. He set out to make a difference by founding Integrity By McCarthy Inc.
Ken is also a member of the investigation unit for the Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner of Canada, under the Abuse Free Sport program, which aims to eliminate maltreatment in sport in all Canadian federally funded sports organizations, from grassroots to high performance levels.

Visit Website

Watch the Webinar

To our customers: We'll never sell, distribute or reveal your email address to anyone. Privacy Policy