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Rubin Thomlinson Workplace Training and Consulting

Expert training for human resources professionals

Learn practical, hands-on skills to manage workplace investigation and employment law problems from Rubin Thomlinson’s employment lawyers and training experts.

We will guide you and your team to create a more skilled and effective organization, providing you with best practices to avoid legal problems before they arise.

We develop and deliver training programs that educate HR professionals and managers on a variety of employment law, workplace human rights, and workplace investigation topics. Our goal when providing our training services is to help employers manage their workplace problems more effectively, and to help them meet legislated or policy-driven obligations.

We incorporate a variety of techniques in order to engage participants who have a diversity of learning styles. These techniques include the presentation of concepts, open discussions, group exercises, use of real-to-life fact patterns with actors, and interactive learning elements. We also provide training through teleseminars and webinars.

Join us as part of a diverse group of individuals at one of our public sessions or let us come to you and develop a customized, on-site session that meets your needs.

We also offer a range of consulting services such as workplace assessments and reviews, workplace restoration and mediation services, one-on-one remedial coaching, and workplace investigation support to help you proactively manage your workplace.

Our customized “Ahead of the Curve” program brings our lawyers into your workplace on a regular basis to brief your in-house legal and HR teams on employment law issues relating to your specific industry.

We invite you to explore our site or contact us to discuss how we can help you with your human resources and training needs.

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Upcoming Courses

Interviewing and Dealing with Difficult Witnesses

September 15, in Calgary . How Do I Get the Best Evidence? This course is for you if you strive to be a more effective interviewer in your workplace investigations.  After exploring many of the investigative interview techniques currently being utilized, participants will be provided with an interview model best suited to co...

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Assessing Credibility

September 28, in Toronto. Who Do I Believe? This course has been designed for anyone who has ever investigated a set of allegations and struggled to make a finding at the end. Perhaps it is one person’s word against another, or maybe you just don’t have the confidence to feel you can decide who is lying and who is [&hell...

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The Ins and Outs of Accommodating Mental Illness in the Workplace

October 18, in Toronto. Dealing with mental health issues in the workplace presents a unique and complicated challenge for employers. This practical, “how-to” workshop is designed to help managers and HR professionals understand the law relating to the accommodation of mental illness in the workplace and to provide str...

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Conducting Sexual Harassment and Violence Investigations

October 25 - 26, in Toronto. Sexual harassment and violence investigations present unique challenges to internal investigators.  With the introduction of Bill 132 in Ontario, and Bill 23 in British Columbia, overcoming these challenges, and conducting a thorough and fair investigation has become even more important. Join us f...

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Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques & Report Writing Workshop

November 14 - 16, in Vancouver. Do you know how to address inappropriate workplace behaviour before it becomes a legal issue? This 3-day course is a basic primer for people within organizations who are tasked with conducting investigations. This intensive, hands-on workshop allows participants to investigate mock complaints from s...

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Upcoming Courses

Interviewing and Dealing with Difficult Witnesses

November 17, in Vancouver. How Do I Get the Best Evidence? This course is for you if you strive to be a more effective interviewer in your workplace investigations.  After exploring many of the investigative interview techniques currently being utilized, participants will be provided with an interview model best suited to co...

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Upcoming Courses

The Essential Human Rights Primer

December 05, in Toronto. Resolving human rights issues in the workplace is a complex and challenging task. HR professionals are often the front line in gathering the information necessary to fairly identify and address complaints. Getting it wrong can lead to escalating workplace conflicts or worse, significant damage award...

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Upcoming Courses

Workplace Investigations in the University and College Context

December 07, in Toronto. Workplace investigations in the university and college context are unique. Investigators are frequently confronted with faculty to faculty complaints, the challenges of students as witnesses and complainants, as well as anonymous complaints. These unique situations demand a high level of specialized...

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Upcoming Courses

Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques & Report Writing Workshop

December 12 - 14, in Toronto. Do you know how to address inappropriate workplace behaviour before it becomes a legal issue? This 3-day course is a basic primer for people within organizations who are tasked with conducting investigations. This intensive, hands-on workshop allows participants to investigate mock complaints from s...

Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques was one of the best courses I have taken.  The information provided was relevant, useful and extremely interesting.  The use of actors for the role play made it feel like you were dealing with a real investigation.

Excellent presentation! The information was presented in a clear and organized fashion. The examples and scenarios brought the information to life. Parisa provided concrete information which helps me to ensure that my policies are sound.

Not only was the course design top notch, Cory was just tremendous as our learning leader. I have been in a lot of training courses and seen a lot of facilitator styles, and Cory is right up there with the best of the best for me.

Tammy Komanchuk, City of Medicine Hat

Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques & Report Writing Workshop is the best course I have attended on harassment/workplace investigations. This workshop focuses on teaching useful, practical techniques on conducting investigations and writing reports.

Clark Glassford, Transit Police BC

Basic Workplace Investigation Techniques and Report Writing Workshop is highly informative, entertaining and delivered in a first rate format. Siemens has a number of employees who have attended. Bar none, each employee has absolutely raved about it.

Janice and Christine are both great presenters! I learned a lot of new information and the role playing was one of the most effective I have participated in. Very realistic.