• Breakfast Event

    Monday, January 29, 2018

    The Gender Gap: Increasing Representation of Women in Middle Management, in the C-Suite, and on the Board

    Join an intimate group of your peers for a discussion-based event where we will explore the challenges and opportunities for organizations to improve their gender diversity. Topics for discussion will include structural and cultural challenges for organizations of all sizes, along with the implications the issue has for educational organizations.

    This will be a moderated event without a formal presentation. Instead, our moderator, Leanne Nicolle, will be present to guide the discussion, and to pose questions to encourage further insights.

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  • Giving Risk an Attitude
    Feature Article

    Translating values and behaviour into sustained action

    An ethical culture is critical to a business’s long term success and begins with organizational values and ethical leadership.  We know that companies with codes of conduct and programs to support them in place outperform those that don’t…….

    By: Ula Ubani, Chief Ethics Officer, BMO Financial Group


    What is making headlines in the world of ethics? Read our latest articles and submissions from distinguished business and community leaders.  

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  • Ethics and Enterprise Risk Management
    Latest Speech

    Standing Up for the Workplace: The Importance of Addressing and Preventing Workplace Bullying

    With increasing attention on the problem of bullying in the workplace, employers must ensure that they have rigorous, thoughtful and transparent policies and practices to identify, address and prevent inappropriate, unethical and unlawful behaviours in their work environments. Kate McNeill-Keller and Carolyn Lee will address the issues surrounding workplace bullying from a dual legal and human resources perspective, engaging a discussion on the importance of proactive human resources management and the legal and ethical consequences of a failure to do the same.


    Kate McNeill-Keller is a Partner in the Labour & Employment Group at McCarthy Tétrault LLP 

    Carolyn Lee is a Labour Relations and Employment Specialist at McCarthy Tétrault LLP

    Did you miss an event? EthicsCentre CA posts our guest speaker remarks online. Browse through our archive for valuable insight on a wide range of topics.

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