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“Piecemeal” response to harassment not enough for Alberta Human Rights Commission

A recent decision of the Alberta Human Rights Commission takes a close look at the extent to which employers will need to address harassment to satisfy their obligations under the Alberta Human Rights Act (“Act”). The case dealt with the harassment of an Edmonton teacher who was harassed for two years by a Grade 8

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Workplace Conflict or Harassment: Nova Scotia Arbitrator Weighs In

Does piling boxes on a co-worker’s desk during a move constitute harassment? Does having your vehicle towed by your employer after you deliberately parked behind other vehicles, blocking them in, amount to intimidation? Does the employer have the right to change employee working hours to that of the posted hours of operation and in response

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