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HRM CA | 24 Feb 2017, 08:00 AM Agree 0
Two top leaders from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency have been reprimanded for their poor handling of serious harassment complaints.
  • Paula MacLean | 24 Feb 2017, 10:17 AM Agree 0
    Why would the recommendation be "that complaints be fully dealt with"? That, I assume, was the policy and the executives decided to "undermine" and "not investigate". As an HR consultant, I've never written a recommendation that merely reflects what "should have been", I recommend what would ensure the policy would be followed the next time. The answer is not more policy or more training ... it is different leadership. An HR manager who does this, knows better. A senior exec who does it is defaulting on responsibilities. The only solution, is that they must be gone. One remains apparently ... what will be done now?
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