Olanyi Parsons (“Olanyi”) graduated from the University of Windsor Law School. He is a lawyer who was called to the Ontario Bar. Olanyi practices law in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, in the area of human rights, employment and labour law.
Olanyi assisted in drafting a racial profiling policy for an Ontario police service and co-authored a position paper on racial profiling for the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association while in law school.
Olanyi was also the President of the Black Law Student Association Windsor Chapter. In this role, Olanyi addressed issues of social justice, race-relations and equity on campus.
Olanyi is an Investigator in the MIT (Global) Consulting Group Inc., specializing in the investigation of workplace discrimination and harassment complaints pursuant to the Canadian Human Rights Act, Ontario Human Rights Code and Occupational Health and Safety Act [Bill 168].
On behalf of MIT, Olanyi provides workplace discrimination and harassment investigation services to the public and private sectors, large and multi-faceted institutions and organizations; including the Ontario Public Service and Mohawk College.
Olanyi is quite advanced in his knowledge and interpretation of human rights laws, anti-discrimination and harassment legislations and policies, and the purpose and application of internal organizational workplace policies, and collective agreements.
Olanyi worked for six years with the Ministry of the Attorney General, Ontario Human Rights Commission as a Human Rights Investigator in the Mediation and Investigation Branch prior to commencing his legal career. In the capacity of Human Rights Investigator, Olanyi was responsible for investigating, conciliating and mediating human rights complaints filed with the Commission. In particular, he handled cases involving government ministries and employers, school boards, police services, colleges and universities.
Olanyi possesses excellent oral and written communication skills.
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