Employers are required to have and follow a written Harassment Prevention Policy. This is done in consultation with the Occupational Health & Safety Committee or Representative. In workplaces that do not have a committee or a representative employers must consult workers directly.
In addition to having a harassment policy in place, employers are required to post a copy of the policy somewhere that it can be easily referenced by workers. It can be posted online as long as all employees have access to it.
The policy must include…
Employers in federally regulated workplaces must also have a workplace harassment and violence prevention policy that has information about dealing with harassment complaints.
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