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“What’s Taking So Long?” - Addressing Delay in Workplace Investigations

Canada - March 5 2018 Share this post: One of the pillars to a sound investigation process is timeliness. Complaints and allegations of inappropriate workplace behaviour...


How Do I Maintain Privilege Over Investigation Reports?

Canada - June 30 2017 I was recently invited to speak on an Advocates' Society panel on the subject of privilege of investigation reports. As an investigator who conducts...


More Lessons Learned from the RCMP

Canada - March 17 2017 Peter Merrifield commenced his service with the RCMP in 1998 and in June of 2007 commenced a civil action against the force, claiming damages for...


Bill 132: Obligation or Opportunity?

Canada - May 5 2016 Starting our own business gave us the opportunity to create the kind of place where we wanted to work - the kind of working environment that would...


Miscarriage as a “Disability” is a Good Reminder for Employers

Canada - April 5 2016 It's not entirely surprising that the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal (the OHRT) rendered a decision recently, holding that a miscarriage constitutes a...