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As a small business owner, it's imperative you prevent bullying, harassment and violence in the work environment. The Canadian Human Rights Act requires your business to implement a workplace harassment policy. This policy must seek to prevent discrimination, harassment and retaliation based on the protected grounds in the Human Rights Act. Protected grounds include but are not limited to gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, or age.
Harassment can happen at any time - at a workplace party, in a meeting or in private. As a small business owner, it's important you understand your role and responsibilities. You need to be prepared with an anti-harassment policy, and a plan to handle the alleged harasser. We provide three PDF templates for policies against discrimination, harassment and violence, as well as related investigations in the workplace.
We have a number of free codes of practice to address workplace harassment and other issues. These templates cover the three key things you can do to protect your business and staff from Human Rights violations:
A CFIB membership unlocks exclusive savings on essential business services such as payment processing, payroll management and accounting software through our savings programs. Plus, you get unlimited access to our business helpline for expert advice on complex topics like Human Resources and compliance. Simply login to our website to download customizable templates including employment contracts and drug and alcohol policies that make running your business easier.