Employer failed to stop harassment by customer

Winnipeg retailer ordered to pay $7,750 to worker who was harassed by regular customer
|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 10/30/2013

A Manitoba retail employer must pay an employee $7,750 for failing to curb harassment of the employee by a customer, the Manitoba Human Rights Commission has ruled.

Emily Garland was a retail clerk for Grape & Grain, a beer and wine making supplies store in Winnipeg. She was hired in January 2009.