A member of the Internal Complaints Committee has to be removed from office if they:
- Give any information about a sexual harassment case to the public
- Have been convicted of a crime or are currently the subject of an inquiry themselves
- Are found guilty in a disciplinary proceeding, or have disciplinary proceedings pending against them
- Have abused their position in any way
After a member is fired from the committee, the employer will have to find a new member to replace them.
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