Fighting harassment in the workplace

Having a clear harassment policy, and sticking to it, means fewer headaches for employers
By Michael Fitzgibbon
|CHRR, Report on Employment Law|Last Updated: 10/17/2007

Most employers know that developing, implementing and enforcing a formal workplace harassment policy is a sound business decision. The existence of such a policy is also considered by human rights tribunals when deciding whether an employer is liable for harassment.


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