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Schrenk v. British Columbia (Human Rights Tribunal), 2016 BCCA 146
AREAS OF LAW: Human rights; Employment; Derogatory statements; “Condition of employment”
~Insults inflicted upon employees in the workplace, even in the course of their employment, only fall under s. 13 of the Human Rights Code if the wrongdoer has sufficient employer-given power to impose the unwelcome conduct as a condition of employment, or if the conduct is tolerated . . . [more]