Gwangju FC launches formal investigation into workplace harassment case
Gwangju FC takes measures to separate actors and conduct a formal investigation following a workplace harassment incident.
Gwangju announced on the 26th that it will separate actors and conduct a formal investigation after receiving a report from the Gwangju Metropolitan City Audit Committee that there was a top-down bullying behavior using status within the club.
Gwangju first recognized the workplace harassment case while checking the audit results notified by the city audit committee on the 19th, and held an emergency board meeting on the 22nd to report the audit results and discuss the direction of handling the workplace harassment case.
They decided to take the incident of workplace harassment very seriously, comply with procedures in accordance with the Labor Standards Act, and deal with it strictly.
On the 24th, Gwangju immediately separated the three actors from the victimized workers by ordering them to work from home.
In response to the media’s opinion that the separation of the actors was a violation of the law, the Korea Confederation of Certified Labor received an interpretation from the KLC stating, “The ‘separation of workplaces of affected workers’ specified in the law gives priority to the affected workers to choose, and does not specify the separation target, but means separation from the actors.”
Gwangju immediately 토토사이트 commissioned a professional organization, the Korea Confederation of Labor, to conduct a formal investigation and a full investigation.
The investigation will comprehensively determine the specific circumstances, including the relationship of the parties, the place and circumstances of the act, the content and extent of the act, and whether the act was one-time or ongoing.
It will also objectively determine the physical and mental suffering of an average person in the same situation as the victim, and whether there were acts and consequences that could worsen the actual working environment.
Upon completion of the investigation, Gwangju plans to determine whether the incident constitutes workplace harassment and hold a personnel committee to implement disciplinary measures against the offender.