Failure to file internal harassment complaint: Is the employer off the hook?

Determining the duty to investigate and dealing with potential workplace harassment

Colin Gibson

Question: If an employee who has expressed concerns about sexual harassment declines to file a formal complaint under our harassment policy after we have made it clear that she may do so without fear of reprisal, will we be liable if the employee later decides to bring a human rights complaint?

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