Employer handled harassment complaint properly: Tribunal

Pharmacy suspended and then transferred manager after sexual harassment complaint from employee
By Jeffrey R. Smith
|Canadian Payroll Reporter|Last Updated: 04/12/2010

A British Columbia employee’s harassment complaint has been dismissed by the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal because the employer had already dealt with the problem.

Lori McLuckie worked for London Drugs, a pharmacy in South Surrey, B.C. In July 2006, McLuckie claimed the store manager made crude remarks about her sexual preference as well as other sexual comments over a period of two years, including incidents where he also touched her inappropriately, she said.