4 Steps to Restoring Your Workplace After A Harassment Complaint

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Harassment in the workplace is an all-to-common occurrence today, taking place in all occupations. Thanks to regulations in Canada, all workers are entitled to a safe and healthy workplace. We can offer workplace harassment investigations in Ontario, as well as provide a path towards workplace restoration.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace

In the 21st-century workplace, the terms diversity, equity and inclusion have emerged as a pivotal focal point for companies striving for excellence. Whether you are an HR professional, an employee, or an organization leader, understanding DEI is crucial in today’s globalized world. Let’s delve deeper into the essence of DEI and why it matters. What […]

Understanding Workplace Harassment Investigations in Ontario

Workplace Harassment

Recent figures show that workplace harassment is not a rarity in Canada. Employers are required to deal with workplace harassment when it happens. However, businesses also need to take concrete steps to prevent harassment from occurring in the first place.

Workplace Investigation Questions: Key Questions to Ask Parties and Witnesses

According to provincial and federal legislation, employers in Canada have an obligation to investigate workplace harassment and violence allegations. For an organization to successfully resolve the issue and effectively prevent similar problems from happening again, workplace investigation questions are crucial.

Does Your Employee Handbook Need an Update?

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A formal, written employee handbook is one of the most important documents in the workplace. Employers should make sure that their handbook is up-to-date and in compliance with all of the legal requirements applicable to them. The handbook should be comprehensive and cover all key policies of the company relating to employees’ conduct, as well […]

Workplace Investigation Best Practices That Build Trust

Investigation Interview

If you are conducting a workplace investigation pursuant to a complaint of prohibited discrimination under the Ontario Human Rights Code or an alleged violation of the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act, it is vital to follow recognized best practices for such investigations in order to establish trust among all parties. Employees who believe they may have been […]