“I am passionate about engaging with individuals to improve employer-employee relationships and support the creation and maintenance of healthy work environments. As an investigator, I can facilitate conversations about challenging and complex workplace issues.”
Natalie Jacyk is an exceptional communicator and skilled investigator with significant experience dealing with sensitive and complex matters.
At Rubin Thomlinson, Natalie delivers training on workplace and human rights issues to a wide variety of clients. Natalie also conducts workplace investigations, workplace assessments and reviews.
Before joining Rubin Thomlinson, Natalie spent over 6 years working for the College of Nurses of Ontario as an investigator and coordinator. She conducted complaints investigations initiated by members of the public. She also conducted reports investigations submitted to the College by health facilities. Natalie also negotiated resolutions between members of the public and nurses and delivered facility resolutions at hospitals and other health organizations. Investigations at the College included sexual abuse matters, privacy breaches, fraud, incapacity and incompetence. Natalie moved into the coordinator role, during which she supervised a team of investigators and delivered training and orientation to new staff and statutory committee members.
Natalie also practiced family law, representing clients involved in divorce and separation, spousal/child support, custody matters and cases with the Children’s Aid Society.
Natalie’s commitment to social justice was first sparked following university when she was involved in two humanitarian trips to Venezuela and Macedonia. As a student at Osgoode Hall Law School, Natalie worked in the Social Assistance, Violence and Health Division at Parkdale Community Legal Services. She completed her articles with Ecojustice, an environmental law non-governmental organization, where she provided litigation support on major cases on climate change and health communities.
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