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John Curtis is regularly asked to participate on radio shows and featured in written publications. Learn more below.

Queen’s Alma Mater Society retains John Curtis

While my work is usually confidential, on occasion I work on a high-profile case where the results are made public. During the 2018/19 academic year, I was retained to investigate an employment contract dispute for the Alma Mater Society of Queen’s University.

Read the executive summary or check out the discussion on Reddit

Profile Kingston: John Curtis

John was profiled in the Fall 2017 edition of Profile Kingston.

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MPP Randy Hillier Harassed Municipal Staff According to Investigator John Curtis

Lanark-area MPP Randy Hillier engaged in workplace harassment with his “unwelcome” criticism of staff at Tay Valley Township, an independent investigator has concluded.

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Loyalist County Councillor Duncan Ashley Reprimanded by Loyalist Township after Harassment Investigation by John Curtis

Loyalist Township Coun. Duncan Ashley, a member of the Loyalist Township council since 1998, was publicly reprimanded by the Township’s council following a report that alleges he has been bullying, harassing and sexually harassing colleagues.

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Choiceology with Dan Heath – A Number in Mind

John Curtis joins Dan Heath on Choiceology.
John Curtis speaks from 19:30 – 21:30.


Radio in the UK – Voice of Islam

John Curtis joins Shamail Ahmad and Mubasher Zafri on Voice of Islam.
Please scroll to 22min mark for the beginning of the Interview. Segment is 9 minutes


The End of Mandatory Retirement Intergenerational Conflict in the workplace

A recent change eliminating the mandatory retirement age in Canada brings new intergenerational challenges to the workplace. Listen to an interesting discussion of some of the potential impacts and possible tools for effectively managing these types of workplace conflict.

Listen from 9 min 30 sec to 17 min 21 sec

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