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Deputy General Counsel and Ethics Leader - Director, Workplace Investigations, PwC Canada
Parisa Osborne is a senior employment lawyer with extensive experience conducting workplace investigations as a neutral third party.
Parisa is the employment counsel for PwC Canada and leads the ethics function for the firm. In her role, Parisa oversees and responds to all workplace matters and leads a group of workplace investigators in the assessment, investigation and remediation of workplace conflict.
As a member of PwC’s Forensics practice, Parisa utilizes technology and forensics tools as part of her investigative process to collect, review, and present evidence.
Parisa has conducted workplace investigations and assessments into allegations of harassment, violence, sexual harassment and discrimination for corporate entities, including universities, school boards, hospitals, financial institutions, and non-profit organizations. Parisa has also provided training on workplace investigation and workplace human rights for various clients and human resources agencies. Parisa is also the co-author of the Workplace Investigation chapter in the legal text “New Perspectives on Canadian Employment Law” published by LexisNexis.
Parisa holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School. Parisa is a member of the Law Society of Ontario.
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