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Riley, I am not sure how the law is sructured in Ontario but in the USA sexual harassment is unwelcome behavior of a sexual nature that affects employment. Otherwise it would either be harassment or
If you are a full time employee and the company has over 15 people employed, you are covered by EEOC regulations. The company, regardless of its customer service resonsibilities such as a call center
Hi Jason, Sorry for the delay but all experts just forwarded this to me. What I would do first is to contact the EEOC Regional Offie in your area. Even though I have worked with the EEOC on many cases
Hi Kevin, It really depends on the college/university policy on fraternization. Some schools allow this but many do not and it depends on the enforcement of that policy as well. You mention that the
http://www.twc.state.tx.us/crd/how-submit-employment-discrimination-complaint.ht The website above gives you all you need to initiate a discrimination complaint. I recommend using the Texas commission