by The Canadian Press Posted Aug 31 2018 859

first_img by The Canadian Press Posted Aug 31, 2018 8:59 am PDT Last Updated Aug 31, 2018 at 10:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Investigation finds ‘no evidence’ Wavelength Music co-founder created hostile work environment TORONTO – Organizers at the Wavelength Music concert series in Toronto say they’re reinstating co-founder Jonathan Bunce after finding no evidence he created a hostile work environment.The Wavelength Music Board of Directors issued a statement on Friday outlining the conclusion of a third-party investigation into his conduct.Bunce, who goes by the stage and pen name Jonny Dovercourt, was accused on social media by a former Wavelength employee of creating a hostile work environment during their time with the organization.He was asked to stand down as artistic director pending the outcome of the investigation.Wavelength says Toronto-based Bicknell Mediation was hired to look into the allegations and conducted “extensive interviews with other employees and community members” and a review of past email communications.“An email for additional information was shared with the community, which provided no supporting evidence to these claims,” the board said in an emailed statement.Bunce, who is a musician, writer and co-founded Wavelength Music in 2000, will return to his role at the non-profit arts organization effective immediately.Wavelength produces about 20 events per year, including two annual festivals.The board of directors said on its website that it will hold an open forum at an undetermined future date to address other issues raised around the investigation, including work equity and artist payment.Follow @dfriend on Twitter.last_img read more