As Bell Media undergoes an impartial office evaluate following the dismissal of Lisa LaFlamme as CTV Nationwide Information‘ chief anchor, one company governance knowledgeable cautions the transfer doesn’t assure change.
Richard Leblanc, professor of governance and regulation at York College, doesn’t consider it is a public relations stunt, however says it’s doable that Bell Media or any firm for that matter can “stifle the method,” in flip rendering the evaluate pointless.
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He additionally says that staff needs to be inspired to take part within the confidential interviews and that the third celebration doing the evaluate ought to make it straightforward for workers to come back ahead.
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In a social media submit Friday, the CEO of BCE Inc., the guardian firm of Bell Media, mentioned an impartial evaluate involving “confidential interviews with all newsroom staff who select to take part” is underway.
Mirko Bibic mentioned Bell Media’s vice-president of reports, Michael Melling, has been the topic of “numerous allegations” and is on go away pending the end result of the office evaluate.
Leblanc says for the evaluate to be efficient, transparency is crucial, which incorporates presenting the findings and conclusions to staff on the finish of the method.
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