Disclosures of sexual harassment will be treated in confidence in order to protect an employee’s privacy. However, in some instances, a matter may need to be escalated or referred without agreement from the employee, particularly in circumstances that may:
- constitute a criminal offence,
- constitute an occupational health and safety risk, or
- require disciplinary action
If a matter needs to be escalated or referred, the person handling the matter will notify the person who made the disclosure of who has been informed of the disclosure.
Confidentiality for Sexual Harassment
Reviewed 10 March 2020