• Breakfast Event - April 5, 2017

    Standing Up for the Workplace: The Importance of Addressing and Preventing Workplace Bullying


    Kate McNeill-Keller is a Partner in the Labour & Employment Group at McCarthy Tétrault LLP and represents both public and private sector employers in all manner of workplace matters, including workplace bullying and harassment, human rights and occupational health and safety.

    Carolyn Lee is a Labour Relations and Employment Specialist at McCarthy Tétrault LLP. As an experienced Human Resources professional, Carolyn routinely advises employer clients on effective human resources practices and workplace management issues, including with respect to employee conduct and workplace bullying.



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    Translating values and behaviour into sustained action

    An ethical culture is critical to a business’s long term success and begins with organizational values and ethical leadership.  We know that companies with codes of conduct and programs to support them in place outperform those that don’t…….

    By: Ula Ubani, Chief Ethics Officer, BMO Financial Group


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    Is Canada taking White Collar Crime Seriously?

    Norm Keith, LL.M., partner at Fasken Martineau, addresses this timely and important topic of the accountability, criminal enforcement and the social responsibility of corporations in Canada. Topics covered include:

    1.The “new normal” of criminalizing corporate behavior;

    2.How the Westray Mine disaster changed corporate criminal liability;

    3.The problem of proof in white collar prosecutions (Dunn & Duffy);

    4.Recent examples of white collar convictions (Karigar & Kazenelson);

    5.Will criminal prosecutions make businesses “more ethical”;

    6.Towards a rationale model of corporate accountability and compliance.

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