Brent Lamothe is a Dean’s List graduate of Carleton University’s political science department, specializing in international relations and international political economy. Brent has experience working on provincial and federal elections and professional experience with major political parties in Canada. His studies have included courses in law, government, history, and economics.
Possessing international experience and a detail oriented approach to work, Brent brings a unique perspective to his work at CHR. Since graduation, his continued education has focused on business, management, and negotiations.
CHR engages a team of professionals from the disciplines of law, government, psychology, mediation, investigation, health and safety, education and communication, who are experienced in the analysis of complex workplace issues and committed to restoring workplace relationships.
CHR’s independent consultants have a wide variety of experience and background. All consultants have participated in and successfully completed CHR Investigator training.
CHR's consultants possess strong communication and interpersonal relationship skills that allows them to gain the confidence of workplace participants.
Ms. Nicole Brunet, the Office Administrator, is responsible for day to day administration of the CHR Office. Ms. Brunet is a critical member of the CHR team liaising with all clients and tracking all projects. Ms. Brunet interacts with all consultants and all clients, managing all interactions with respect and diplomacy. Nicole gained 30 years’ experience in telecommunications prior to joining CHR.
Nicole works in both official languages.
Ms. Kara Jelly is a Ryerson graduate in Public Relations and is completing her studies in Human Resource Management. Kara conducts research and provides the support behind the scenes that is essential to providing adequate service to CHR clients. Kara works in both official languages.
A former educator and leader within the education system, Jean-Jacques Legault brings many years of leadership management and senior administrator experience to his work. Jean-Jacques is very knowledgeable in labour relations and has an intuition for the issues underlying workplace conflict and harassment.
Working for CHR Jean-Jacques conducts investigations into complaints of harassment. Jean-Jacques brings to the work his excellent knowledge of employment law; procedural fairness, and Human Rights legislation.
Jean-Jacques works in both official languages.
Upon obtaining her education from the University of Guelph in the Department of Sciences, Jayme Bedell sought her current role with CHR.
Jayme possesses a keen interest in the functionality of workplace relationships, workplace wellness, and the legislation applicable to her work. Jayme contributes to the resolution process of workplace conflict and harassment by employing her analytical and critical thinking skills to her work at CHR.
A former member of the Ontario Provincial Police, Bruce Quevillon brings over 30 years’ experience in Law Enforcement to his position as a consultant for CHR.
Bruce conducts investigations into complaints of harassment and violence. Bruce contributes to workplace wellness using his extensive experience as an interviewer to understand the human interactions leading to complaints. Bruce possesses an excellent working knowledge of Federal, Provincial, and Municipal Statues.
Bruce works in both official languages.
A former educator and administrator with the Ontario education system, Robert Laplante brings many years of labour experience to his position. Working for CHR Robert conducts investigations into complaints of harassment. Robert brings to the work his excellent knowledge of employment standards; procedural fairness, and Human Rights legislation.
Robert works in both official languages.
Ms. Deborah Jelly is the Managing Director of CHR. Deborah liaises with clients, develops standards, recruits consultants, and provides leadership to the CHR team of consultants. Deborah has extensive experience in the analysis and resolution of complex workplace disputes as well as the development and delivery of related training.
Deborah possesses a sound understanding of process and legislation which informs her work. Sought after by clients, Deborah has spent over twenty years contributing to fair workplace practices; developing and implementing policy, communication strategies, and staff development programs at the organizational levell.
Deborah is respected for her insights into workplace dissatisfaction and conflict; her understanding of the legislation informing relevant policy; her coaching and support of leaders; and her forecasts concerning the impact of policy changes, and implementation of decisions in cases of workplace conflict and harassment.
Deborah works in both official languages.