Unfair Labour Practice means:
Any actual or alleged
(1) unfair discrimination against any employee in any employment policy or practice on any one or more grounds of race, gender, sex, pregnancy, ethnic or social origin, colour, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion, HIV status, conscience, belief, political opinion, culture, language, marital status or family responsibility;
(2) sexual harassment including unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favours and any unwelcome verbal, visual or physical contact of a sexual nature which
(a) is explicitly or implicitly made a condition or term of employment; or
(b) when rejected or opposed by a person becomes a basis for decisions regarding the person’s employment;
(3) defamation which relates to a person’s job skills, job performance, qualifications for employment, professional reputation, disciplinary history or termination of employment;
(4) unfair dismissal, discharge or termination of employment or refusal to hire;
(5) adverse change in the terms and conditions of a person’s employment in retaliation for that person’s exercise of his or her rights under law, or support of the rights of another.
Related, continuous, repeated or causally connected unfair labour practices shall for the purpose of this policy constitute a single unfair labour practice.