Because the Human Rights Code (HRC) applies to most employers in BC workplaces, you should know your rights and responsibilities — as well as those of your employees. Each province, the federal government and the territories of Canada have enacted legislation aimed at protecting human rights and prohibiting discrimination, based on certain enumerated grounds. View … Read More
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