Letting an employee go is never as straightforward as it seems. Below find three steps you should take to protect your business when terminating an employee.
An improper workplace investigation can have monetary and emotional consequences. Learn what can happen and seven best practices when conducting a workplace investigation.
Conducting an improper workplace investigation in response to an employee complaint can open your business to legal liability. Learn 7 mistakes to avoid when doing your own investigation.
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.
Employers need to stay current and compliant when it comes to sexual discrimination and harassment laws in Ontario. Expected and continual changes in the law will require employers to take concrete steps for ensuring their workplace is free of sexual discrimination. Employers must also address any sexual discrimination and harassment issues promptly when they arise. Call Bridge Legal & HR Solutions today to protect your organization.
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.
Over the years best practices for workplace investigations have evolved, but decisions on the matter are consistent: bias is a critical factor in assessing the reasonableness of an investigation. What is the best way to avoid the appearance of bias? Engage a third-party investigator.