Stephen Hammond’s book, Managing human rights at work: 101 practical tips to prevent human rights disasters is still the only one of its kind.
This book has sold over twelve thousand copies and is the only one of its kind in Canada.
While some books are effective for lawyers and others just for issues of Harassment, Stephen’s book covers many of Canada’s human rights issues and makes the complex, understandable. That’s why many workplaces have bought dozens, hundreds and literally thousands of the book to make sure every one of their supervisors and managers has their own copy.
“I can say unequivocally, this book should be on every manager's and HR specialist's desk.”
Ada M. Tuck, Corporate Management Consultant, Human Resources, Government of Canada
“Managing Human Rights at Work is an incredibly useful day-to-day tool. When I’m in a dilemma I go to the book thinking ‘what does Stephen have to say about this?’ On each occasion Stephen’s advice has been invaluable.”
Carmen Grant, Director of Human Resources, Purdy’s Chocolates Ltd.
“Every supervisor, manager and company executive today would do well to read it and keep the principles in mind.”
Dave Crisp, Speaker on effectiveness and ethics, former Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Hudson's Bay Company
“Stephen has taken a complex topic and magically turned it into a ‘good read’. As I began to turn the pages I was literally captured by Stephen’s sense of humour, his ability to teach without lecturing and his delightful ability to poke fun at himself. There is an absolute wealth of information presented in a format that can be used either as a quick reference resource on specific situations, or a general read on a broad array of human rights issues. Pick it up and read it! We bought 80 books.”
Susan Ney, Director of Human Resources and Payroll Services, District of West Vancouver