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Non Harassment

Non Harassment policy

Remøy Management (Company) does not tolerate harassment, bullying or discrimination in the workplace. Differences between individuals are not only tolerated, but they are valued.

Company employees can expect to be treated in a fair and professional manner. The following behaviors are unacceptable to Company:


Harassment involves subjecting people to unwelcome or uninvited attention that intimidate, humiliates or offends them. Harassment includes, but is not limited to, the direct or indirect use of:

  • Language of a sexual, sexist, homophobic or racist nature.
  • Visual material of sexual, sexist, homophobic or racist nature.
  • Unacceptable physical contact, such as intentional touching, patting or pinching
  • Hostility against, or bringing into contempt or ridicule, an employee in the grounds of religion, sex, race, colour, ethnic or national origins or any other ground specifically prescribed by state or federal law

Harassment may be by an employer or a representative of the employer, a co-employee, a client, a customer or a contractor. In all cases it is unacceptable and will not be tolerated


Bullying is any form of unwelcome or uninvited behaviour that intimidate, humiliates or offends an employee and generally takes the form of one or more of these aggressive behaviours:

  • Abusive, insulting or offensive language
  • Criticism delivered by yelling and screaming
  • Inappropriate comments about a person's appearance, lifestyle or family
  • Teasing or regularly making someone the brunt of practical and oral jokes 
  • Interfering with personal effects and or work equipment
  • Overloading a person with work and setting unreasonable or difficult time lines


Discrimination involves treating people differently due to race, colour, ethnic origin, religion, age, gender, disability, sexual preference, pregnancy, family responsibilities or any other attribute specified by anti-discrimination legislation.

Harassment, bullying and discrimination should be reported to your manager. The manager should provide advice to the employee and ascertain what specific steps the employee would like the manager to take. If you are concerned about the actions of a co-worker, supervisor or manager you can also contact Company DPA

Disciplinary action

The consequence for employees, who harass fellow employee, customers or suppliers whether physically or mentally, will be disciplinary action, which may include dismissal.