From memory, it's conduct of a sexual nature that detrimentally affects the workplace. It's something to that effect. That's the one in the code of conduct. That applies to a member-to-member situation for sexual harassment only.
That's a very short definition, whereas in the policy that applies to you as members, as employers, there are three different sections. One is harassment—personal harassment or general harassment—another is abuse of authority, and the third one is sexual harassment. The three are pretty defined. I'm told that all parties have made this mandatory, so you'll see that these definitions will be defined for you, as will how to interpret these harassment definitions. We can table the same policy with the committee. They're fairly detailed and comply with best practices, so we're confident that they would stand any test.