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Rehiring the man who had sexually harassed her over a decade before, triggers employee’s constructive dismissal

Canada - June 30 2017 Constructive dismissal cases are tricky. The onus is on the employee to prove her case, often in the face of strong opposition from the employer...

A Schrenk Explainer: The case before the Supreme Court of Canada and why it matters

Canada - March 29 2017 This past Tuesday, on March 28, 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada (the "Court") heard arguments in British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal v. Edward...

Megan Forward.

Harnessing the power of the bystander: Consider the case of the Brampton Firefighters

Canada - March 6 2017 What makes a bystander tick? Why would someone who witnessed workplace harassment or discrimination, but who was not themself subject to it, complain...

Megan Forward.

Our Top Tips for Effective Workplace Investigation Report Writing

Canada - January 12 2017 Whether you are an internal investigator, or an external one, producing a report at the end of the workplace investigation process can be difficult...

Fire at the Roots: Tackling Sexual Misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces

Canada - December 5 2016 It has been less than two years since Madame Justice Marie Deschamps released her report in which she described an "underlying sexualized culture in...

Megan Forward.