Ms. Diane Redtman coordinates all interviews conducted by CHR investigators.
Diane initiates contact with the parties and witnesses to arrange their interviews. Diane sends every person interviewed a summary of their discussion for review and correction as needed tracking the delivery and return of each interview.
Diane works in both official languages.
Ms. April Martell is the Corporate Services Administrator for CHR. April handles company estimates, contracting/call-ups, accounts payable, bookkeeping as well as human resources and office administration.
April's background in management, retail and customer service has provided leadership skills to create lasting connections throughout companies among employers and employees.
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.
Mr. Liam Rooney joins our CHR staff as an Assistant Investigator.
In 2020, Liam graduated from Carleton University achieving a Bachelors Degree in Law, giving him a fundamental comprehension of Criminal and Administrative Law. Liam also graduated from Algonquin College in 2017 and during that time obtained a Diploma in Police Foundations, this training and education has broadened his view on how to conduct interviews and investigations and given him in depth knowledge of the Canadian Criminal Justice System.
Ms. Amanda Belland joined the CHR team after serving twelve (12) years in Labour Relations for a large multifaceted private sector employer. Originally trained in 2010 to investigate harassment, breach of conduct and discrimination, Amanda has investigated hundreds of workplace complaints, concerns and issues.
Nikolas Rodger joins the CHR team as Assistant Investigator. Since 2016 Nikolas has been an active member of the Canadian Armed Forces and has taken part in many domestic and foreign operations. His training and experience during this time broadened his view of opportunities and he is currently working towards completing a Masters in Intelligence studies at the American Military University.
Nikolas is also a graduate from Carleton University. He graduated in 2021 with his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology.
Nikolas works in both official languages.
Mr. Bruce Quevillon is 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.
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-five (25) years contributing to fair workplace practices; developing and implementing policy, communication strategies, and staff development programs at the organizational level.
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.