We have the knowledge and experience to conduct thorough workplace and institutional investigations with the neutrality required to undertake fair and unbiased processes without sacrificing empathy. We are skilled at engaging witnesses from many backgrounds, and employ trauma-aware techniques in keeping with best practices.
Laurelle's legal skills, honed over more than 20 years as a practicing litigator, enable her to conduct impartial interviews, review and analyze information, assess credibility, and prepare written findings on a civil standard of proof for investigations of all complexities. Combined with her strong theoretic and practical expertise in intersectionality, anti-racism, and anti-oppression and the ways in which systemic and interpersonal oppressions manifest within workplaces, Laurelle possesses a unique skill set which is often ideal for complex investigations.
Leah's extensive experience conducting internal workplace investigations as an organizational leader and people and culture professional can also provide strong external support to organizations lacking capacity to investigate workplace harassment, sexual harassment, and other people and culture concerns internally, including complaints relating to human rights complaints.
Equitable Solutions Consulting operates on the ancestral and traditional lands of the Anishinaabe, Ininiwak, Anishininiwak, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation; we acknowledge that the water used by Equitable Solutions Consulting is sourced from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation in Treaty 3 territory. We also acknowledge and thank those that have come before and strive to learn and honour the teachings of the original peoples of this land.
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Laurelle recently delivered a keynote address at the invitation of RRC Polytech during their first Inclusion Week! We are pleased to be able to share the link to the recording of Laurelle's keynote address and the panel discussion which followed about the intersections of race and dis/ability and the ways in which racism and ableism can impact Indigenous folks and folks from racialized communities. To watch, visit: https://www.rrc.ca/diversity/2022/10/19/diversity-speaker-series-laurelle-harris/