Harassment based on human rights occurs in one of the areas of jurisdiction defined by the Human Rights Code and is motivated by any of the grounds enumerated.
Any inappropriate or unpleasant behavior that may reasonably be anticipated or considered to offend or humiliate someone. Harassment is defined as words, gestures, or acts that irritate, alarm, abuse, humiliate, intimidate, belittle, or cause personal humiliation or shame to another; or that create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment. Harassment on the basis of race, religion, color, creed, ethnic origin, physical characteristics, gender, or sexual orientation is included. It might be a single occurrence or a series of occurrences. Harassment may be intentional, uninvited, and forceful. Harassment can occur both within and outside of the office, as well as during and after working hours.
Discrimination is a sort of harassment. Any unpleasant physical or verbal behavior that offends or humiliates you is included in this category. Harassment is defined as a pattern of behavior that continues over time. Harassment may also be defined as a series of serious one-time incidents.