Harassment of LGBTQ+ people in the workplace

Fondation Émergence, in partnership with the CPQ, and with funding from the CNESST, has launched a project to combat harassment of LGBTQ+ people in the workplace.  This new Fondation Émergence project will allow companies to better understand what sexual harassment and psychological harassment are, and how they particularly affect the LGBTQ+ communities.

Our goal: to better prepare workers to identify and respond to harassment of LGBTQ+ people in the workplace. 

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This variation of the ProAllié training lasts 2 hours and addresses the basics of sexual and gender diversity, the issues at stake and the good practices to create an inclusive workplace.  It focuses particularly on psychological and sexual harassment of LGBTQ+ people (definitions, examples, statistics, consequences, testimonies and good practices). 


Until May 31, a preferential rate is available for CPQ members.

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The coaching service aims to:

  • Answer your questions

  • Accompany you in the implementation of good practices in your workplace

  • Accompany managers during the transition of an employee

  • Review documents to ensure they are inclusive.

1 hour of free coaching is offered for each training ordered!


Les vidéos de sensibilisation seront disponible ici au fur et à mesure de leur publication. 

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Visual information will be available here as it becomes available. 


For more information on harassment and possible remedies, contact: 


This initiative was made possible by funding from the CNESST and was done in partnership with the Conseil du patronat du Québec (CPQ).