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Sexual HarassmentNewsCulture

October 11, 2022
Sport minister says Hockey Canada leadership still must change after chair resigns

Sexual HarassmentNewsEthics

October 6, 2022
Telus, Tim Hortons, Scotiabank bail on Hockey Canada as it digs in and defends leadership

Sexual HarassmentNewsCulture

October 5, 2022
Hockey Canada’s board chairs defend organization’s leadership, decisions

Sexual HarassmentColumns/BlogsBullying

September 6, 2022
Addressing athlete abuse in Canadian sport requires internal change and external investigators

Sexual HarassmentNewsBullying

August 10, 2022
Toronto radio host John Derringer departs Q107 after workplace allegations

Sexual HarassmentNews

July 27, 2022
Hockey Canada has paid out $7.6 million in sexual assault, abuse settlements since 1989

Sexual HarassmentFeatures

July 19, 2022
Hockey Canada had abuse claim reserve fund: Court documents

Sexual HarassmentFeaturesGig Economy

July 7, 2022
Delay and deflect: How women gig workers respond to sexual harassment

Sexual HarassmentColumns/BlogsCulture

July 6, 2022
Showered in sexism: Hockey culture needs a reckoning

Sexual HarassmentColumns/BlogsLegalTerminations/Wrongful Dismissal

June 20, 2022
“Non-accidental” touching of female employee not enough to withhold termination pay: Ontario Court

Sexual HarassmentNews

April 20, 2022
Anglican archbishop facing sexual misconduct allegations resigns

Sexual HarassmentFeatures

April 20, 2022
B.C. high court certifies former flight attendant’s class-action suit against WestJet

Sexual HarassmentNews

March 7, 2022
Wisconsin superintendent placed on leave following searches

Sexual HarassmentFeaturesGlobal HR NewsManaging/LeadershipTerminations/Wrongful Dismissal

February 7, 2022
CNN exec Zucker’s ouster shows peril of hiding work romance

Sexual HarassmentNewsGlobal HR News

February 3, 2022
CNN president resigns after relationship with co-worker

Sexual HarassmentNewsBullyingPoliticsWorkplace Violence

January 24, 2022
Alberta expands public sector anti-harassment training to agencies, boards

Sexual HarassmentNewsBullyingLegalWorkplace Investigations

January 13, 2022
Mounties urge Supreme Court to allow class action on bullying to proceed

Sexual HarassmentNews

December 22, 2021
Military faces fresh calls for end of ‘duty to report’ for sexual misconduct

Sexual HarassmentNewsLegislation

December 20, 2021
Amendments to Saskatchewan Employment Act come into force Jan. 1

Sexual HarassmentNewsOff-Duty Conduct

December 16, 2021
Ousted McDonald’s CEO returns $105 million after misconduct

Sexual HarassmentColumns/BlogsFeaturesLegalTerminations/Wrongful DismissalWorkplace Investigations

December 15, 2021
Employee terminated for just cause after refusing to apologize for lewd comments

Sexual HarassmentColumns/BlogsCultureLegislation

December 15, 2021
Banning non-disclosure agreements isn’t enough to stop unethical workplace leader behaviour

Sexual HarassmentNewsBullyingCulturePolitics

December 14, 2021
Ottawa delivers long-awaited apology to victims of military sex misconduct

Sexual HarassmentNewsDiversity & Inclusion

December 10, 2021
NHL enhancing employee training after Blackhawks abuse case

Sexual HarassmentNews

December 9, 2021
Military’s former head of HR charged with sexual assault, indecent acts

Sexual HarassmentNewsLegalTerminations/Wrongful Dismissal

December 3, 2021
Alberta premier’s office counters lawsuit filed by former employee

Sexual HarassmentFeaturesLegislation

November 29, 2021
‘This will always be a fight’: Women push for changes to Saskatchewan labour law

Sexual HarassmentNewsCultureRecruitment

November 22, 2021
Sex misconduct crisis hurting military recruitment, morale: Minister

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