Hamilton: Conducting Workplace Investigations: A How to Framework

Date and Time

Starts:09/21/2022 8:00 AM

Ends:09/21/2022 11:00 AM

Registration Closes:09/14/2022 11:59 PM

Event Type: Professional Development

2.5 CPD Hour(s)

Waterfront Banquet & Conference Centre 555 Bay Street North Hamilton, ON


HRPA Members: $30 | Non-Members: $45 +HST

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Additional Information

8:00am - Breakfast
8:30am - Presentation

Any required Proof of Vaccination and/or PPE safety protocols for this in-person event will be shared closer to the event date.

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The session will focus on conducting thorough and defensible workplace investigations. Participants will understand the framework of workplace investigations through the lens of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Human Rights Code, and employer specific policies. Specifics topics that will be covered include personal harassment, discrimination, discriminatory harassment, and workplace violence. Participants will also learn how to assess credibility, and how to draft clear, workplace investigation reports.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding laws pertaining to workplace harassment and discrimination.
  • Best practices for conducting workplace investigations.
  • How to draft clear and defensible workplace investigation reports.

A “no show/late cancellation” fee will be charged if cancellation is not provided to chaptercancellations@hrpa.ca at least 3 business days in advance.

Registrations will not be accepted at the door.

Any required Proof of Vaccination and/or PPE safety protocols for this in-person event will be shared closer to the event date.

Registration Difficulties or Questions: Please reach out to our Chapter Experience Coordinator, Tracey Gallacher tgallacher@hrpa.ca

Speaker bio(s)
Nathaniel Marshall

Nathaniel practices in all areas of employment and labour law, regularly advising on workplace investigations, employment contracts, human rights issues, occupational health and safety, terminations, wrongful dismissals and workplace policies. Nathaniel is an experienced advocate and has represented clients at grievance arbitrations, during collective bargaining, as well as in various proceedings before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal. He has also appeared before a variety of other administrative tribunals. Nathaniel received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (Dean’s List) and J.D. from Dalhousie University, where he was a member of the Indigenous Blacks and Mi’Kmaq initiative. Prior to joining Turnpenney Milne LLP, Nathaniel practiced at a prominent national law firm and a boutique management-side firm in Toronto. In his spare time, Nathaniel enjoys traveling, cooking, reading, and participating in a variety of fitness activities.