If an employee is asked to participate in a workplace investigation, what are her rights? David Brown answers this question and debunks some employee myths in this week’s post on his BC Employment Law Blog.
As a starting point, it depends on whether the employee is a union member. Unionized workers often have rights (such as the right to representation) built into their collective agreement. The same is not necessarily true where the worker is not in a union.
You can learn more about a non-unionized employee’s rights during a workplace investigation here.
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