About Cory Boyd
Cory is a proficient and highly experienced workplace investigator and trainer. His fair, analytic approach adapts to the characteristics of every workplace he encounters, respecting each client’s unique workplace culture. Cory believes that, when done well, an investigation can truly and deeply improve an organization.
Cory regularly presents at conferences and writes on the subjects of workplace investigations, workplace restorations, bullying and harassment, human rights developments and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. He also continues to advance his professional knowledge, recently completing courses in ADR, Conflict Management and Compliance and Ethics.
Expertise & Services
At Rubin Thomlinson, Cory applies his analytical skills to conducting workplace and institutional investigations. In addition, Cory assists employers in developing systems to ensure compliance with legal and ethical obligations, creating effective workplace policies and procedures, and delivering training to staff at all levels on their roles within the process. He also works with clients prior to, or following, a complaint in order to identify individual and systemic issues within the organization and to create a plan to restore the workplace and allow employees to move forward.
Prior to Rubin Thomlinson, Cory has worked with the Ontario Human Rights Commission, the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, and Toronto Community Housing as an in-house investigator and human rights consultant.
- Year of Call, 2002
- B.A., Honours, Bishop’s University
- LL.B., University of Toronto