Bullying & Harassment
Bullying and harassment policy template (WorkSafeBC)
Below is the Bullying and Harassment policy template presented by WorkSafeBC that can be adapted to meet the requirements of individual workplaces.
Bullying in the Workplace
This fact sheet provides information related to bullying in the workplace. It lists information on how to address bullying and gives general tips for the workplace.
Bullying and Harassment Resource Tool Kit
We've developed this bullying and harassment resource tool kit to help employers and workers to understand their legal duties, and to prevent and address bullying and harassment in the workplace.
Worker Checklist: Workplace Bullying and Harassment
If you are being bullied or harassed at work, you will need to take appropriate steps to report it, which is an obligation of all workers who are the targets of workplace bullying and harassment.
Are You in Compliance with Workplace Bullying and Harassment Policies?
Are You in Compliance with Workplace Bullying and Harassment Policies? Three workplace bullying and harassment policies came into effect November 1, 2013. These policies define bullying and harassment and identify what WorkSafeBC considers to be reasonable steps for employers, workers and supervisors to take to prevent or minimize workplace bullying and harassment. To help employers… Continue reading Are You in Compliance with Workplace Bullying and Harassment Policies?
A Lawyer’s Perspective on Complying with Anti-Bullying and Harassment Legislation
This article provides advice to help you ensure your company is complying with anti-bullying and harassment legislation in BC.
What is Workplace Harassment?
Workplace harassment is very high profile in the news right now, but do you know what it involves?
Bullying vs. Conflict in the Workplace
Bullying and conflict can appear similar, but they are two distinct behaviours and should be responded to in different ways.
When referring to an employer’s duty to accommodate to the point of "undue hardship," the use of the word undue implies that some hardship is acceptable. Indeed, some hardship is generally expected in the accommodation process. It is only undue hardship that exhausts an employer’s duty to accommodate.
Workplace Harassment: Investigating an Internal Complaint
One of your employees has complained about harassment by a manager and you have decided to investigate the matter. This article contains tips to help you conduct the investigation.