Worker Was Not Harassed

|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 02/03/2011

Apparently suspicious of her supervisor’s motives, a worker in the meat department at a large food retailer filed two grievances alleging harassment, discrimination and bullying.

The worker alleged that a couple of incidents where she had been coached on proper procedures were in fact cases where she had been singled out, harassed and bullied.

B.L. was hired in 1983 to work part-time in the meat department at a large food retailer. Her principal duties were setting up the meat counter and wrapping and code dating the meat.