1) Burdening businesses with 'absenteeism, lower productivity, increased health-care costs, ... employee turnover'* and legal costs.
2) Reducing tax revenue due to higher (from 1. above) tax-deductible business costs.
3) Draining tax resource for health care to traumatized harassment/sexual assault victims and secondary-traumatized family including children.... more »
Adding "a statement to the effect that the employer will take such disciplinary measures as the employer deems appropriate against any person under the employer’s direction who subjects any employee to sexual harassment" (copied from Bill C-65).
Current harassment resolution deals with complainants while the harassers are not in the... more »