- "It's not the first time that guy has publicly commented on my figure. I don't want to go to class anymore. I'm so humiliated"
- "She isn't subtle with her advances anymore. What am I going to do? I will tell her that our relationship is a professional one."
- "He's been making comments about my appearance for some time now... I've decided to put a stop to it."
- "I can't believe what just happened in there. I'd rather skip class than have to face him again"
- "How familiar are you with our policy on sexual harassment? As your supervisor, I want to make this clear: these comments are not acceptable in the workplace!"
- "She told me she likes to work with me. That means she's interested in me! I've got to make a move
- "I can't believe my lab partners ditched me because of a few stupid blonde jokes. Give me a break!"
Office for the Prevention of Discrimination and Harassment (Training)
Why visit this site?
This site was created to raise awareness in the University community on matters relating to sexual harassment. It provides a dynamic interactive online experience where you will learn:
- How to recognize, respond to and prevent sexual harassment
- What the law says
- What your responsibility is as a member of the University community
Who is this for?
Sexual harassment is everyone’s responsibility. More specifically, this site was developed for:
- Managers & Supervisors
How to use this site?
This site can be used:
Why is this topic important?
- You need to understand what sexual harassment is in order to avoid problematic behaviours and serious consequences.
- If it happens to you, you need to know what actions to take.
- If you have supervisory responsibilities, you must act if you know about it.
Contact the Sexual Harassment Officer.