Omnicom School of Languages, one of the oldest and highly regarded language schools in Canada operating since 1974, understands the importance of a respectful workplace and its benefits both for the company and its employees and clients (who, in Omnicom’s case, are its international students).
Toronto, ON, February 08, 2012 — Omnicom School of Languages (www.omnicomstudy.com), one of the oldest and highly regarded language schools in Canada operating since 1974, understands the importance of a respectful workplace and its benefits both for the company and its employees and clients (who, in Omnicom’s case, are its international students). Consistent with this belief, Omnicom School of Languages ensures that its teaching and administrative staff are aware of the principles and practices of a respectful workplace, and provides any related training, as required. To that end, Omnicom works closely with various government organizations, including the Alberta Human Rights Commission.
For example, working in concert with the Alberta Human Rights Commission, Omnicom recently hosted an all-inclusive seminar on human rights in the workplace and ways of dealing with culturally sensitive issues in Calgary. The seminar proved to be a huge success and all teachers and members of the management team who attended reiterated their commitment to maintaining Omnicom’s long-standing reputation as a place where everyone is welcome.
The concept of a respectful workplace in Canada is, in large measure, motivated by the diversity of its population, both newcomers and established residents. Nowhere is this diversity more apparent than in the Canadian workplace, where people of widely varying personal and professional backgrounds, work side by side in harmony. Canada’s unique strength lies in its culture of tolerance, acceptance and respect. In recognition of this concept, Omnicom School of Languages is committed to fostering and maintaining a workplace where employees are treated with respect and dignity and are both valued and supported by the school and its management.
Omnicom further recognizes that in order to become truly proficient in their new language and succeed in any future educational pursuits, international students also need to experience the culture of the people who speak that language. This is what sets Omnicom School of Languages apart from many other schools a comprehensive integrated approach which touches on all aspects – academic, social and cultural – of education as well as traditional in-class and innovative online teaching. Omnicom school of Languages is fully recognized and accredited by Languages Canada, and has both the means and the ability to ensure students’ successful transition to Canadian colleges and universities.
Omnicom School of Languages (Canada) Hosts Respectful Workplace Seminars in Collaboration with Alberta Human Rights Commission
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