What can I do if I’m being harassed at work?
Question & AnswerWhat can I do if I’m being harassed at work?
Check to see if you should make a human rights claim
You can get free legal advice and information from the Human Rights Legal Support Centre if:
- you were harassed at work for reasons that go against your human rights
- your employer punished you for reporting the
The Centre can help you figure out:
- whether to make a claim with the of Ontario
- what might help you prove the harassment
The Centre also helps people when they apply to the Tribunal and, in some cases, at the .
You can also check out the Centre's online tool Can We Help You? to see if you might be able to make a claim.
Community legal clinics (CLCs) provide free legal services to people with low incomes. CLCs may be able to help you if you think you have been discriminated against. To find a CLC in your area you can search by your postal code. Or, you can call Legal Aid Ontario at 1-800-668-8258 or 416-979-1446. TTY users can call 1-866-641-8867 or 416-598-8867.
There are also specialty clinics for people throughout Ontario that: