BC Conservative leader must address harassment

FORT ST. JOHN (October 17, 2020) – WorkSafe BC has found that BC Conservative leader Trevor Bolin ‘took prohibited discriminatory action’ against a female employee who he fired after she reported sexual harassment at one of his businesses.

The report states: “The employer did not take the worker’s sexual harassment complaint seriously.”

According to the report, Bolin’s refused to even reassign the offender to other shifts.

The female worker was fired two days later for what Bolin claimed to WorkSafe was for “disrespectful and uncooperative behavior.”

As the leader, Bolin needs to publicly address why he minimized the sexual harassment and then punished the female employee.

Attached is the WorkSafe BC documents detailing the case.


Carlie Pochynok

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