May 01, 2016 ACC DocketVolume 34
, Number 4
, Page 38
By Nicole Broley, Jane Sinclair, and Ken Fredeen
The purpose of a workplace investigation is to fairly and objectively determine the facts. Increasingly, courts and tribunals are scrutinizing not just whether an investigation was undertaken but how it was undertaken with a focus on ensuring that workplace investigations are conducted in a fair and impartial manner in line with the organizational and legislative procedural guidelines.
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