When the harassment dust settles (Toughest HR Question)

What should employer do if harasser, victim need to continue to work together?
By Brian Kenny
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 12/01/2014

Question: If an employee is found to have harassed another employee, is there a legal requirement to keep them apart? If they continue to work together, is their consent necessary? 

Answer: Whether a harasser should be separated from the victim of harassment depends on a variety of factors and the circumstances of a given case. There is no single measure an employer must use in addressing such conduct.