Arbitrator may order change to hours, location of doctor who sexually harassed hospital nurse
By Adrian Miedema
Where a doctor has sexually harassed a nurse, a labour arbitrator has authority to decide how close the doctor should be able to work with the nurse and under what conditions, an Ontario arbitrator has decided.
The nurse claimed that she was sexually harassed by the doctor. The hospital stripped the doctor of his privileges so that he could not, at present, practise at the hospital. The union brought a grievance on behalf of the nurse, claiming relief including an assurance from the hospital ‘that Dr G will not be allowed to return to the workplace’…
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