Tuesday, November 4, 2014

CBC names lawyer Janice Rubin to lead Ghomeshi investigation

The CBC has named employment lawyer Janice Rubin to lead an independent investigation into allegations of harassment or violent attacks against women by fired radio host Jian Ghomeshi, the CBC web page reports.
Heather Conway, CBC's executive vice-president of English Services, made the announcement Tuesday in an emailed statement to CBC employees, saying that Rubin is a "leading authority on workplace harassment" with a certificate in workplace investigation.
In her statement, Conway said current and former CBC employees who worked on shows where Ghomeshi worked as host — Play and Q — and who have "complaints, concerns or experiences they wish to share regarding harassment, discrimination, violence or other inappropriate workplace conduct during their work on these programs" are invited to contact Rubin.
Janice Rubin firm's web page

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