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You have the right to a harassment-free workplace

The SHARP Workplaces program provides a legal clinic to help anyone, anywhere in BC who needs legal advice and support dealing with workplace harassment.

The SHARP Workplaces program provides up to five hours of free confidential legal advice from lawyers who can:

  • Explain your rights and legal options
  • Provide advice on how to address sexual harassment in your workplace
  • Explain how to file a human rights complaint, WorkSafe complaint, or other process
  • Advise whether you may make a complaint to the police
  • Help by reviewing or drafting documents
  • Coach you through a complaint or legal process
  • Advise you in negotiations
  • Help you prepare for a settlement meeting or hearing
  • Refer you to services for additional support that you may be able to access, such as counselling

How to Get Help

If you have questions or to find out if and how we can assist you:

Call: 604-673-3143 OR Toll-free 1-888-685-6222

E-mail: You can also complete our Application for Legal services and email it to us at SHARPWorkplaces@clasbc.net.

Learn More

SHARP Workplaces Videos

Sexual Harassment When Working From Home

Harassment Based on Gender Appearance

Harassment in Male-Dominated Industries

Harassment Due to Poisoned Work Environment

Unwanted and Persistent Invitation in the Workplace

Harcèlement sexuel au travail fondé sur l’apparence du genre

SHARP Workplaces Brochures (downloadable)

SHARP Workplaces Posters (downloadable)

About SHARP Workplaces

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CLAS has partnered with Ending Violence Association of BC to address workplace sexual harassment through the SHARP Workplaces Program.

CLAS provides legal advice and in partnership with the Ending Violence Association of BC (EVA), free Education and Training is provided on preventing and addressing sexual harassment in the workplace to non-profits, Indigenous organizations, and small businesses.

Our goal is to support workplaces to ensure respectful workplace environments to prevent sexual harassment and develop trauma-informed policies and procedures to handle complaints in a sensitive, respectful manner to all involved.

Visit the SHARP Workplaces website for free resources on workplace sexual harassment for workers and employers.