Settlement agreement doesn’t quash sexual harassment complaint

Power imbalance, lack of advice, small settlement amount offered all factors in making agreement unfair to harassed worker

A British Columbia woman who signed a settlement agreement stating she would drop a human rights complaint for sexual harassment by her employer in exchange for $800 will be able to continue with the complaint, the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has ruled.

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