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Kyam Shell-Schnitzer

Kyam Shell-Schnitzer is the Manager in Deloitte Forensic, within the firm’s Financial Advisory service line. Kyam routinely manages investigations into workplace misconduct, allegations of discrimination, sexual harassment, fraud, corruption, bribery/kickback schemes, and money-laundering, as well as projects focused on insider threats, cybercrime, terrorism and major geopolitical conflict.  In addition, Kyam leads the social media investigations / risk sensing capability and routinely helps clients use publicly available information to help clients to get ahead of emerging risks, identify and exploit new opportunities, and make intelligent decisions that drive the right outcomes. Recently, Kyam leads professionals with extensive experience conducting discrete and impartial workplace investigations covering a variety of topics, including discrimination and harassment, bullying, and other workplace misconduct issues. He has experience performing employee interviews, collecting evidence, conducting forensic review of sensitive client electronic data, and reviewing workplace policies and procedures. Finally, as part of the team’s holistic approach to workplace investigations, Kyam has experience monitoring traditional and social media for developments related to the investigation. Prior to joining Deloitte, Kyam worked in an International Law Firm and the Canadian Intelligence Community providing intelligence support to security operations abroad. A member the Barreau du Quebec, the Law Society of Upper Canada, Kyam holds both a civil and common law degree from the University of Ottawa, a Masters in International Security from the University of Reading (UK) and a BA (H) in History from Queen’s University. He is fluent in English and French.

Product Type
On Demand

Using Social Media to Enhance Workplace Investigations

External Investigators |  Internal Investigators
Emmy Babalola |  Kyam Shell-Schnitzer |  Liane Chance
56 Minutes
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
May 28, 2020
Short Description:
During the course of this webinar, we will explore some classic cases for using social media to enhance workplace investigations – both large and small and discuss the ethics and limitations around th...
$50.00 - Base Price

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