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Public institutions, procedural fairness and workplace investigations

Canada - November 21 2013 A recent case out of Quebec discusses the level of procedural fairness that may be owed during a workplace investigation for a public institution. In…

Co-authors: Ryan Edmonds, Samantha Seabrook, Sarah Graves.

Workplace investigations - Spring 2013

Canada - May 15 2013 A good workplace investigation is an invaluable tool for any employer; it can restore workplace morale, uncover the truth about disputes, resolve…

Co-authors: Ryan Edmonds, Samantha Seabrook, Sarah Graves.

Sonia Regenbogen debates bill 115: Putting Students First Act

Canada - November 2 2012 The challenge raised by the Ontario teachers’ unions over the Ontario Government’s Bill 115, the “Putting Students First Act”, is headed to the Courts.

Biased workplace investigation warrants punitive damages, says Alberta Court of Appeal

Canada - February 23 2012 It is clear how important it is to conduct a proper workplace investigation. 

When is your employee satisfaction survey actually a workplace investigation?

Canada - October 14 2011 Winds of investigatory change are blowing through courts and workplaces.