Do You Know Your Human Rights at Work?

Welcome to your Complimentary 'Do You Know Your Human Rights at Work?' Quiz.

Take this brief, simple and complimentary quiz from Hone's 'Human Rights at Work' course (available as an in-person workshop and online). Learn more about how well you know your 'Human Rights at Work'.

This quiz will take you approximately five minutes to complete and has a total of 12 questions. Your results will be displayed as soon as you're finished. We will also email you a copy of your results, which will include the questions and your answers.

When you answer the questions think about the likelihood of the statement being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying in the workplace.

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Please note: The information provided in the quiz is for general information purposes only of the Human Rights Code and the Workers Compensation Act, based on British Columbia and Canadian law.

Although it contains legal information, it is neither legal advice, nor is it to be used as a replacement or substitute for professional legal advice.

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1.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - Hiring a candidate whose age is suited for long term growth potential within the organization.
2.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - An employer making decisions on employment based on the diagnosis of their employee’s physical or mental disability?
3.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - An employee who can’t get their preferred shifts to take their kids to school, sports and social functions?
4.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - There is homophobic mocking of an employee who is not gay?
5.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - An employer not accepting excessive absenteeism related to a protected characteristic like mental illness?
6.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - A manager whose unreasonable behaviour leads to an employee making the decision to quit?
7.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - Not giving an obese employee a physical job assignment?
8.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - Encouraging an older employee to retire or consistent requests of an older employee to identify an exact date that s/he will retire whose performance is declining.
9.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - Dismissing an employee who has an accent and is hard to understand?
10.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - If an employer suspects or becomes indirectly aware of a possible mental disability of an employee, based on poor performance/behaviours, and the employer takes disciplinary action without inquiring about the employee's needs and then accommodating those needs to undue hardship, whether the accommodation is requested or not.
11.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - Not accommodating an employee who can no longer meet the scheduling requirements that s/he was hired to do because of child care obligations, and that all other employees have to do.
12.) Likelihood of this being discrimination, harassment and/or bullying - Asking a male transitioning to a female or a female transitioning to a male, to provide medical or legal documentation regarding their gender prior to making accommodations for washrooms or change rooms.