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The Ontario Motor Coach Association is committed to providing a work environment in which all workers and members are treated with respect and dignity. Harassment in the workplace or at OMCA sanctioned events/activities/functions will not be tolerated from any person including but not limited to customers, members, supervisors, OMCA staff, and members of the public.
Workplace harassment means engaging in a course of vexatious comment or conduct against a worker in a workplace that is known or ought reasonably to be known to be unwelcome or workplace sexual harassment.
Workplace sexual harassment means:
Reasonable action taken by the employer or supervisor relating to the management and direction of workers or the workplace is not workplace harassment.
Workers are encouraged to report any incidents of workplace harassment to either the President of the Association as the senior manager or to the Chair of the Board of Directors.
Management will investigate and deal with all complaints or incidents of workplace harassment in a fair, respectful and timely manner. Information provided about an incident or about a complaint will not be disclosed except as necessary to protect workers, to investigate the complaint or incident, to take corrective action or as otherwise required by law.
Managers, officers of the association, and workers are expected to adhere to this policy, and will be held responsible by the employer for not following it. Workers are not to be penalized or disciplined for reporting an incident or for participating in an investigation involving workplace harassment.