Workplace Misconduct

Workplace misconduct is a common occurrence and can impact an organization’s human and financial resources. Bullying, harassment, and other misconduct can affect the health and well-being of workers, as well as impact absenteeism, culture, productivity, and tenure within the organization.

MNP’s Forensic and Litigation Support Service team are experienced in dealing with sensitive internal matters in an independent, confidential manner. We also have decades of experience to meet the standards of litigation, regulatory bodies, contractual obligations, and internal policies.

We will help you navigate your obligations, preliminary assessment, concepts of fairness, timeliness and thoroughness, and dealing with anonymous complaints or rumours in the workplace.

Solutions for your success

  • Tools and templates

    Failing to have an investigation completed could results in reputational risk, insurance risk, and litigation risk. Review your information with our employee checklist, sample Investigation policy, and sample code of conduct policy.

  • Provide your employees and contractors with an avenue to make discrete complaints through our Ethics Alert Hotline, an independent 24/7/365 service.

    Insights

    • Confidence

      September 05, 2022

      How Delay in Start Up insurance can help reduce loss

      When your project is sidelined by an insurable incident, delayed start up insurance can cover profits lost because of the delay, as well as increased expenses such as interest on financing.

    • June 03, 2022

      Masking financial statements: financial fraud and financial statements – part 1

      Here is an article on Financial Fraud and Financial Statements published in Le Monde juridique, written by Corey Bloom, partner and Eastern Canada Leader (Quebec, NCR and Atlantic Canada), Forensics, Investigations and Disputes for MNP and Simon Gaudreau, MNP Senior Consultant, Investigative and Forensics Services and Dispute Resolution.

    • Confidence

      April 27, 2022

      Revenue Recognition: Financial Fraud and Financial Statements – Part 3

      Financial statement fraud often involves shuffling the recording of transactions to give the illusion of higher revenues and / or sales, and other ploys. Find out red flags and what you need to know to feel confident with financial information.

    Contact Our Forensics & Litigation Support Team

    Corey Bloom FCPA, CA•IFA, CFF, CFE, ACFE Regent Emeritus

    Partner, Eastern Canada Leader (Quebec, NCR and Atlantic Canada), Forensics, Investigations and Disputes

    Michael McCormack CFI

    Investigative and Forensic Services