Human rights and employment

 

Please note: The dates beside the titles listed below are the dates of the current versions of the information sheets. If you have a previous version of an information sheet (dated earlier than the date below), please discard it and use the current version, which you can link to below.

  • Pre-employment inquiries (July 2017)
        TEXT / PDF
  • A recommended guide for pre-employment inquiries (July 2017)
        TEXT / PDF
  • Employment: Duty to accommodate (July 2017)
        TEXT / PDF
  • Employment: Releases, severance agreements and human rights law (July 2017)
        TEXT / PDF
  • Developing and implementing an effective harassment and sexual harassment policy 
    (February 2012)
        TEXT / PDF
  • Sample harassment prevention policy (October 2017)
        TEXT / PDF
  • Harassment as a form of discrimination (July 2017)
        TEXT / PDF
  • Sexual harassment (October 2017)
        TEXT / PDF
  • Obtaining and responding to medical information in the workplace:
    A summary for employers (October 2009) 
        
    TEXT / PDF
  • Obtaining and responding to medical information in the workplace:
    A summary for employees (October 2009) 
        
    TEXT / PDF
  • Obtaining and responding to medical information in the workplace:
    A summary for doctors (October 2009) 
        
    TEXT / PDF

    These publications are available in text format and portable document format (PDF - Adobe Acrobat Reader).  Please use the PDF version of a given document when printing a copy for personal or professional use when you want to retain formatting and graphics. Or order these and other publications online.

    Revised: November 7, 2017

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