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Hi, Canada here
I am wondering if anyone has an opinion on a situation where I had to pull a person 30+ old in for a personal meeting in a school environment and explain to them that they have a very strong body order and that it has been brought to my attention and that in turn I am making them aware of this issue as it is offending other students and staff. Now this person is bringing in immigration and saying they are being singled out. They do not speak fluent English as French is their first language. Which is something they have to deal with as they know we are an English school and they took tests to attend in English. They refuse to change and say they do not smell.I tried to explain that it was not my intention to offend them and I was sorry if I had, and tried to re-explain what BO was and they just cut me off and would not listen to reason. Any ideas on how I can handle this with immigration?
frustrated teacher and mom.
Well, it isn't illegal to tell someone that there is a problem like that. My suggestions for the immigration dept. is to gather witnesses in writing. Gather all the people who were also offended by the same problem, and get them to write a letter explaining that this problem has offended them, and it is not because of their race, religion, ***, or origin in any way. Getting people as witnesses will probably help in this situation. It would also be helpful in the future to has a witness to the conversation. Like someone in the human resources department, if you have one; this way they can say that you told the person that there is a problem in a calm, non-evasive manner. Hope this helps.
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