Traliant Resources


Equal Employment Opportunity


Please review the information below and then return to the workplace harassment prevention course.

Applicable Laws

The primary national law prohibiting employment discrimination, including harassment, on the basis of any protected characteristic is the [human rights law name].

The [OSH law(s)] also prohibit/s harassment in the workplace.

Protected Characteristics

Harassment or discrimination based on any characteristic set forth below is prohibited in [Country].

[bullet list of protected characteristics]

Regional, state or other political subdivision laws may provide additional, separate standards and remedies for certain prohibited conduct.



Filing a Claim in [Country]

A claim for employment discrimination or harassment based on a protected characteristic may be filed with the [regulator].

A claim related to workplace harassment may also be filed with the [regulator].

Potential Remedies

In [Country], an employee who has experienced harassment on a protected characteristic may be entitled to monetary and other remedies. An employer may be required to take certain actions to correct or redress discriminatory harassment or violations of workplace safety standards. Potential remedies are listed below.

Monetary and Other Remedies

Remedies that may be available to harassment victims include:

[bulleted list]

Employer Redress

Employer action to correct or redress violative conduct may include, among other things:

[bulleted list]

Retaliation Prohibited

Employer retaliation against an employee who files a complaint relating to harassment or is involved in the complaint process is unlawful.