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Workplace Harassment Investigations – Working Jointly with the Union


Category:
CAWI |  External Investigators |  Internal Investigators
Faculty:
Ms Emily Kaufer |  Cate Moss |  Mrs. Tanya Crerar Martin
Duration:
1 Hour
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
May 02, 2018
License:
Never expires.


Description

Internal workplace harassment investigations are commonly conducted by a company representative, such as from within the Human Resources department or other competent investigators.  A different approach includes having a union representative co-investigate the complaint, which can often alleviate difficult conversations and a grievance about the findings after the fact. 

Join three Canadian investigators as they:

  • Discuss a different approach that mutually benefits the Union and Company when a harassment investigation becomes necessary
  • Address and discuss employee expectations when a joint process is introduced and sought by the parties
  • Discuss how the Company and Union can jointly investigate a complaint of harassment in an unbiased manner
  • Discuss how managing workplace conflict and harassment complaints can benefit the Company and Union membership

Please note that this webinar is targeted towards the Canadian investigator.

 

Disclaimer: The contents of this webinar and the positions taken are those of the presenter only, may be time sensitive, and are not warranted, endorsed or otherwise recommended by AWI and are not intended to provide legal advice.  

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Speaker(s)

Ms Emily Kaufer's Profile

Ms Emily Kaufer

Director, Human Rights and Harassment

Air Canada


Cate Moss's Profile

Cate Moss

Human Rights & Harassment Advisor

Air Canada & Unifor Local 2002


Mrs. Tanya Crerar Martin's Profile

Mrs. Tanya Crerar Martin

Manager, Human Resources, Central & Western Canada

Jazz Aviation LP


Tanya Martin is currently the Manager, Human Resources for Central and Western Canada at Jazz Aviation LP. She has worked at the airline for 23 years in a variety of unionized and non-unionized roles. She is currently responsible for providing advice, guidance and recommendations on employee relations matters. She also conducts workplace investigations across all work groups and has actively participated in the development and implementation of a successful joint union-management harassment investigation process. Tanya holds a B. Comm. degree from the University of Guelph and a certificate in Human Resource Management from Sheridan College along with designations from the HRPA as Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) and Certified Human Resource Leader (CHRL). In 2016, Tanya was named as one of the Top 25 HR Professionals in Canada by the Canadian HR Reporter.


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