Harassment complaint can’t face reprisal: Ontario Labour Board

Board rejects earlier decision that health and safety legislation doesn’t protect employees from reprisals for harassment complaints

When Bill 168 came into force in 2010, Ontario employers were required under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) to devise, post, and implement a workplace harassment policy and workplace violence policy.

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