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Legislation requires employer to appoint ‘competent’ investigator if matter isn’t resolved; alleged victim wasn’t happy with employer’s decision
Ontario company acquitted of charges after worker death but new trial ordered by Court of Appeal
No medical evidence that ongoing symptoms in knee and shoulder that worker had experienced for years were worsened by fall near work
Many organizations think they don’t have a problem but may be caught off-guard when harassment happens in their workplace
Worker claimed repeated reaching overhead aggravated shoulder condition, but evidence didn’t prove underlying condition was worsened by job duties