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What is Bullying and Harassment?
Bullying and Harassment includes any inappropriate conduct or comment by a person towards a member of the University Community that the person knew or reasonably ought to have known would cause the member of the University Community to be humiliated or intimidated.
To find out more about SFU’s Bullying and Harassment Policy (GP 47), visit SFU’s Policy Gazette
SFU’s Bullying and Harassment Policy, GP 47 is informed by WorkSafeBC legislation. The WorkSafeBC definition by the University is broad. It captures “inappropriate conduct or comments”, which the person knew or reasonably ought to have known would cause the recipient to be humiliated or intimidated and there is no need to establish that the behaviour created a humiliating, intimidating or hostile working or learning environment.
To find out more about WorkSafeBC legislation visit the WorkSafeBC’s website