You Have a Voice and
You Deserve to Have it Heard at Work.
Every individual deserves to be shown respect in the workplace by coworkers, supervisors and managers. This means you should be able to voice your opinions or concerns without fear of being reprimanded or fired.
Confidence in your ability to work freely in an environment that will let you do your job to the fullest and contribute in a meaningful way, is key to success in the workplace. Every single Albertan deserves this.Tell Us Your Story
Never Really Heard.
Communication is probably one of the most important aspects of any workplace. It’s a matter of safety, value and respect. If you have questions, concerns or comments about your work or the workplace they deserve to be heard and taken seriously – and there should be no fear of repercussions or retaliation if you speak up. You deserve to have a voice in your workplace.
No One Takes You Seriously.
Whether you are left out of meetings or your authority is constantly questioned, when no one respects your opinion at work it can be infuriating. Seniority and respect are crucial aspects of any job. It’s why we try to get better every day in our role and move forward. It’s why we go the extra mile and stay with an employer. Consistently being undermined, reprimanded and belittled can take a serious tole.
What it’s all About.
Almost every aspect of your job involves your ability to have your voice heard and be respected. Knowing you are supported by your boss, managers and coworkers is so important. If you’ve been taking on extra work over the years and haven’t received any sort of raise, you aren’t getting respect. If you are being harassed or bullied and no one is doing anything about it even when you speak out, your voice doesn’t matter. Every employer should care about your health, safety and well-being.