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Jane Doe and the myth of the “real” victim

USA, Canada - November 6 2018 The Federal Court of Appeal recently heard an application for judicial review of a decision of the Public Service Labour Relations and Employment...


Lessons from the Hill: What employers can learn from the Senate’s harassment policy reforms.

Canada - October 4 2018 This summer we had the privilege of addressing the Senate Subcommittee on Human Resources about revisions to the Senate Policy on the Prevention and...


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...


Taking care of the people who take care of your people: How employers can support HR staff through workplace investigations

Global - March 7 2018 Anyone who works in human resources will tell you that they wear a lot of hats. On a given day, an HR generalist might meet with employees to provide...


What’s love got to do with it? How to manage workplace romance

Canada - December 4 2017 Sexual harassment in the workplace has been all over the news lately. Most people are hopefully getting the message that harassment in all its forms...