Meeting in a Box
Facilitating the Conversation About Respectful Workplaces
The BC Public Service is committed to promoting a work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment and where all employees are treated with respect and dignity.
Everyone in the BC Public Service is responsible for promoting a respectful workplace. Supervisors and members of the Employee Advisory Council have a particular role.
Meeting in a Box helps supervisors and Employee Advisory Council members teach employees about respectful workplaces. It offers tips as well as an adaptable meeting framework to meet each team's needs. The meeting format could also address specific elements of respectful workplaces such as inclusive language.
Meeting in a Box Guidelines
Healthy and Respectful Work Environments
Healthy and respectful work environments lead to higher employee morale, superior customer service and increased productivity—all important aspects of a positive work culture. Employees and supervisors are encouraged to be proactive by focusing on the prevention of inappropriate behaviour before it happens.
Through promoting respectful workplaces and resources, Meeting in a Box focuses on increasing awareness, empowering employees and promoting information and services to support a respectful culture in the BC Public Service.