Sexual harassment at work
If you think you are being sexually harassed at work you can:
- try talking to the person harassing you and let them know that they are making you feel uncomfortable
- talk to your manager or supervisor, Human Resources officer, union representative or contact person
- contact us for advice or to make a complaint.
Taking action can help stop sexual harassment and improve the situation for others in the future.
If you tell your employer that you are being sexually harassed at work (or they should be aware of it), your employer must act to stop it and prevent it from happening again.
Last updated on 28 June, 2011 - 15:01.