Me Audrey Murray
Audrey began her legal career by practising employment law and labour law in an internationally renowned law firm. While there, she accompanied the firm's clients in a variety of files and was exposed to a multitude of legal issues.
Following her experience in private practice, Audrey served as the director of legal affairs for a major public company. Her position required that she represent the company before the courts, offer strategic advice to senior management all the while managing her own team of professionals.
A desire to be closer to the action prompted her to leave her directorship and join a private human resources consulting firm. Audrey ultimately decided to establish her own firm specialized in the prevention and management of workplace conflicts. As such, she has overseen many workplace investigations and has acted as both an in-house mediator and coach.
Audrey is a lecturer at HEC Montréal where she teaches a course on labour relations and shares her passion with others.
She is a member of the Quebec Bar and the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines (CRHA). She also has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Master of Industrial Relations (MIR)
Me Julie Goineau
Julie worked for several years in a private law firm where she represented and advised employers on a variety of labour and employment issues. On this occasion, she advised clients in both the public and private sectors.
Prior to joining Le Cabinet RH, Julie also worked as a lawyer-investigator where she participated in a number of investigations for psychological harassment and workplace climate diagnosis. Through her practice, she has also acquired a great expertise in conflict resolution and management.
With her experience, Julie oversees workplace climate diagnosis and investigation mandates in the areas of psychological harassment, incivility and problematic situations that may arise in the workplace.
She has been a member of the Quebec Bar since 2011 and holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Law and a graduate diploma in Law and Health Policy from Université de Sherbrooke.
Me Audrey Lapointe
Audrey began her practice in labour and employment law as a legal advisor for a major public company. Her main role was to advise management regarding labour relations and occupational health and safety. She would also represent the company before the courts.
She later joined the legal services at a federation of public bodies where she acted and intervened before the administrative and judicial authorities. In this role, Audrey also provided strategic advice to management in the education sector, as well as assistance with many mediation and conciliation process. In addition, she conducted various trainings, namely in the fields of disability management and privacy law.
In order to consolidate her experience in conflict management, Audrey is currently earning a master’s degree in Conflict Prevention and Resolution at Université de Sherbrooke. She is a member of the Quebec Bar and of the Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés (CRHA).
Me Kim Rivard
Kim served as Director of Consulting at a Human Resources Consulting Firm. She was leading a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, lawyers and human resources advisors. She conducted and supervised numerous harassment investigations, mediations, and organizational climate assessments. Kim and her team would develop and provide training to management and employees on respect and civility in the workplace.
As Director of Labour Relations for an association representingsome 6,000 freelance technicians, she participated in the negotiation of collective agreements and managed a team of lawyers and labour relations advisors.
She also worked as a labour, employment and ethics lawyer for a police association.
Kim has been a member of the Bar since 2003 and is accredited by the Quebec Institute of Mediation and Arbitration
Beatrice is a lecturer and a Ph.D. student in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM). She has developed an expertise in the field of work conflicts and violence and her doctoral thesis focuses on psychological harassment at work. She teaches the courses Organisations: Conflits et violences, Comportement organisationnel et Relations humaines et communications au travail at the École des sciences de la gestion (ESG).
In addition to her research and dissemination activities, Beatrice has worked in the health and social services network to develop and implement a return-to-work program and collaborated with different actors (union, management, employees, executives, doctors, psychiatrists). She also has experience in diverse interventions such as training, organizational evaluation and analysis, psychological support, executive coaching and, conflict and violence prevention and management.
Marie-Claude has over 10 years of experience as a coordinator, consultant and/or general human resources specialist.
She has worked with businesses in the service and/or manufacturing sectors, as well as within unionized and non-unionized environments, in which she was in charge of staffing, relations with the union, the management of employee performance, the management of OSH files, employee training, etc. Additionally, Marie-Claude has experience working as a legal and/or executive assistant.