Harassment by creating an independent hotline the

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harassment. By creating an independent hotline the company is encouraging that sexual harassment complaints be revealed and properly dealt with. .
Implementation Plan Describe Actions: Responsibil ity? Who – specify for each action. Ex. department Timin g? # days, month s, years neede d Resourc es Needed ? Budget, Personne l, Facilities, Equipme nt, Expertise , Training What to Monitor? What indictors or measures will you use to monitor progress toward goal(s)? Short Term (<90 days) List specific actions and goals below Implementing mandatory anti-harassment training as part of its cadet program Medium Term (3 months. – 1 years) List specific actions and goals below Improving communication of harassment and promotion policies. 10
Long Term (between 1-3 years) List specific actions and goals below Continuing to pursue targets of 30% women in regular member positions and 30% women in executive and officer positions. “RCMP Class Action IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE OFFICE OF THE INDEPENDENT ASSESSOR ON THE CLAIM DEADLINE A settlement has been reached in the RCMP Gender-Based Harassment and Discrimination Class Action. The settlement agreement and schedules are set out below. The settlement was approved by Madam Justice McDonald on May 30, 2017. May 30, 2017 – Federal Court Settlement Approval – Order and Reasons February 7, 2018 – Court Order Extending Time to File Completed Claims to May 22, 2018 Justice McDonald has issued an Order extending the date by which Primary Class Members may file completed claims to May 22, 2018. This order only applies to Primary Class Members who have opened an online file with the Office of the Assessor or have informed Class Counsel in writing (e.g. a signed retainer agreement or sent a letter or an email) on or before February 8, 2018 that they intend to file a claim under the RCMP Class Action Settlement. 11
“Janet Merlo and I at the Ottawa news conference announcing a settlement of the RCMP gender harassment class action. This historic settlement included an apology by the RCMP Commissioner (to my right), a host of change initiatives aimed at eliminating gender harassment and discrimination in the RCMP, and a compensation package with a total estimated value of over $100 million for women who suffered harassment or discrimination while working for the RCMP. It was a good day for current, former and future women in the RCMP. It was a good day for Canada.” – David Klein Who is eligible to participate in the proposed settlement?

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