How to Navigate Ethical HR Dilemmas

The Human Resources Association of New Brunswick in Fredericton present “How to Navigate Ethical HR Dilemmas” on Thursday March 30th, 2017 from 8 am to 11:30 am at the Delta Fredericton hotel.

Member registration cost is $50, $75 for non-members. Fees include HST.

About the Presenter:

Sally Wells is a Workplace Consultant, based in Fredericton. She graduated from Memorial University in 1977 with a Bachelor of Social Work and then pursued a five-year career in Psychiatric and General Medicine Social Work. In 1985, she graduated from the University of New Brunswick Law School, and was called to the Bar of New Brunswick in 1987. She first practiced in a small law firm with a general practice following admission to the Bar.

Sally has been a part-time professor for 17 years at UNB, where she has taught Law & Society, Conflict Resolution, the Sociology of Law, Restorative Justice and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Her private practice focuses on Respectful Workplace Policy and Workplace Harassment Investigations as an external neutral investigator. Sally’s workshops include Introductory and Advanced Mediation, Respectful Workplace for Managers and Employees, Procedurally Fair Workplace Investigations, Conflict Management and Managing in a Unionized Workplace.

Oh, and for fun, she also performs wedding ceremonies!

About the Session:

Of all the organizational issues or problems, Ethical Dilemmas are the most difficult ones to navigate. There is usually no clear right or wrong solution, at least from a legal perspective. Despite our best intentions, the chosen solution can sometimes lead us to be wedged between a rock and a hard place. Dealing with ethical HR dilemmas improperly can lead to a strained work environment as well as create damaging publicity for the organization.

Join us as our very experienced facilitator, Sally Wells, leads an engaging and thought-provoking workshop to provide you with fresh perspectives, skills, techniques and shared experiences on this challenging topic.

Sally is looking for your ethical dilemmas in advance so that she can prepare and incorporate them into the presentation. Participants are asked to submit their ethical dilemma scenarios no later than March 21st to

This session will appeal to HR professionals, business leaders, managers, administrators, business owners, consultants, students and union leadership.

A delicious Buffet Breakfast will be served from 8 to 8:30 am. The presentation is scheduled to begin at 8:30 am. Bring your business card to enter to win a free breakfast session!

Please note that individuals who register but are unable to attend will be invoiced if they don’t cancel before the registration deadline.

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