Originally Posted by Turkish Kate
Ugh. Still can't access it from Turkiye, but it doesn't sound good. Would you mind to cut and paste again?
Well, the update is that there is no update. Rather, the YMCA has chosen not to respond to the claim.
Where does that leave me you might ask? It leaves me hanging. Apparently, they don’t have to respond. They don’t have to indicate whether they are attending the Mediation. They don’t have to do a darn thing. At some point, and of course no one can tell me when that might be, they will be contacted to be asked whether they are coming to the mediation or not, and I will be notified if they respond. So deadlines aren’t really deadlines, and requirements to respond are not really requirements. Man, this process has less teeth than my 7 month old!
So I have to make the plans to attend Mediation in December and wonder the whole time if they are coming, right up to the start time. They might not. And if they don’t come, then my file will be added to the huge pile to be investigated, sometime. Of course, as the one filing the complaint I have none of these luxuries, my deadlines are deadlines and the burden of this process relies on me.
My intake worker at the OHRC today sounded tired. I wonder if she is as demoralized as I am about this whole process.
And how do I feel about the YMCA? They suck even worse than before. They chose to not even dignify my complaint, or follow process.
Scroll down to a previous post for contact information to voice your complaint. Maybe that nurse-in would grab their attention?