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Every worker is entitled to employment free of sexual harassment.

White collar. Blue collar. Pink collar. Gold collar. Red collar. New collar. No collar.

In Saskatchewan, every worker is entitled to employment free of sexual harassment. It may be confusing for workers to determine if something they have experienced is considered workplace sexual harassment or even violence. When workplace sexual harassment or violence has occurred, navigating the different legal options and responses may seem overwhelming. The information on this site can help individuals recognize workplace sexual harassment and understand their options.

Workplace sexual harassment or violence is a form of sexual violence. Through the Listen Project individuals who have experienced sexual violence can receive up to four hours of free legal advice.

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Workplace Harassment Prevention Training

PLEA offers free online training on preventing and addressing workplace harassment.

Did you know that the ENOUGH ALREADY campaign offers free employment counselling, workshops and educational resources to workplaces across the province about preventing and addressing workplace sexual harassment?

This site provides general information about workplace sexual harassment only. It is not a substitute for receiving legal advice about your situation. Apply now to receive 4 hours of free legal advice.

The Shift Project is funded by the Department of Justice and delivered by the Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA).

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