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Workplace Harassment – A Refresher Course

Jake A. Fine
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Jake A. Fine
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This article discusses the ongoing issue of workplace harassment in condominium corporations. It highlights the importance of combatting workplace harassment and reviews the obligations and duties imposed on condominium corporations under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) to ensure a safe and harassment-free workplace. The article emphasizes the need for a comprehensive workplace harassment policy and program, including measures for reporting incidents and conducting thorough investigations. It further explains the definition of workplace harassment and sexual harassment, as well as the protected individuals under the OHSA. The article also touches on whether the investigation should be conducted internally or by an external third party, and the importance of educating workers on workplace harassment to prevent future occurrences.


Workplace Harassment, Condominium Corporations, Occupational Health and Safety Act, Harassment Policy, Workplace Harassment Program, Investigations, Sexual Harassment, Protected Individuals, Duty to Investigate, Procedural Fairness, Confidentiality, Harassment of Directors, Education on Harassment, Workplace Safety.

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Jake A. Fine
Workplace Harassment – A Refresher Course
Jake A. Fine
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