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Quebec employers: Are your harassment policies up to snuff?

Because of significant changes proposed to Quebec’s Act Respecting Labour Standards, employers need to ensure that their harassment policies now cover psychological and sexual harassment.

 

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Navigating workplace harassment complaints

Since 2010 there has been confusion around the term “workplace harassment” in Ontario. Until that time, workplace harassment was generally limited to sexual, racial and 14 other types of harassment under the Ontario Human Rights Code (Code).

 

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‘Invitation to harass?’

By now, most of us have heard about a controversial decision of the Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench in which Justice Robert Dewar sentenced a man found guilty of sexual assault to a two year conditional sentence, allowing him to remain free in the community and avoid any jail time.

 

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