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Think you’re off the hook to investigate? Not so fast

Canada - September 13 2019 As investigators we know that an employer’s duty to investigate - while necessary to ensure a healthy and safe working environment - can also be...

Is Everybody Cheating? Best Practices in Addressing Academic Misconduct.

Canada - May 27 2019 It certainly seems that way. A recent annotated bibliography by the University of Calgary presents some pretty staggering data that suggests that...

Credibility Assessments - A Case Study

Canada - January 18 2019 As an investigator, one of the questions I get asked most often is, "How do you know who is telling the truth?" It is a great question, and one that I...

The Dilemma of the Anonymous Complaint

Canada - September 12 2018 As Michelle Bird pointed out in this blog post from last year, investigating anonymous complaints presents numerous challenges. While the promise of...

Racial Profiling and Human Rights: Important Reminders from a Recent HRTO Decision

Canada - May 23 2018 The recent Ontario Human Rights Tribunal decision of Wickham v Hong Shing Chinese Restaurant 2018 HRTO 500 provides some important reminders on...