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    In Render v. ThyssenKrupp Elevator (Canada) Limited, 2022 ONCA 310 (CanLII), a decision from the Ontario Court of Appeal in April of this year, a single act of sexual touching, was held to justify a termination for cause of an employee with 30 years of service. Writing for the Court, Justice Feldman, stated that, “Every workplace should be based on mutual respect among co-workers. An atmosphere of mutual respect will naturally generate the boundaries of behaviour that should not be crossed.”

    As workplace investigators, we often deal with complicated issues around identity. Given so, how do we do this inclusively and respectfully?