Tina Young of Sterling HR Consulting, Tiffany Rose of WCB
Legal Mar 15, 2020
Tina Young, BA, CPHR; Sterling HR Consulting
Tina Young CPHR, a HR consultant working under the banner of Sterling HR Consulting, is the prime defense agent for Mani Khaghani, Yasmin Ayatollahi, Bison Solutions Ltd., and BSL Training Ltd. She has been hired by the latter parties to defend them against creditor claims and actions – primarily that involving unpaid workers of Bison Solutions Ltd, and BSL Training Ltd.
Tina Young has appeared in wasteful, frivolous court actions for Mani Khaghani, Yasmin Ayatollahi, Bison Solutions Ltd. and BSL Training Ltd. with no results aside from dismissed actions and wasted taxpayer dollars. She is not a lawyer and has limited legal experience and knowledge, and is not considered a threat at this time.
However, if you are an unpaid or attacked employee seeking your wages or justice through Employment Standards or OHS, you may encounter her as the prime defense agent preventing you from obtaining your wages or justice. Unpaid workers or creditors are advised to go straight to filing a Civil Claim through the Alberta Courts. Negotiation and obtaining result through Employment Standards or OHS is very unlikely to produce results.
Tiffany Rose of Alberta WCB
If you have the misfortune of encountering Tiffany Rose of Alberta WCB: she is an agent for Alberta WCB working in favor of employers not paying their employees (such as Bison Solutions Ltd.). Taking advantage of the work-from-home and slowdown situation amidst COVID-19: she is extremely lazy. She takes weeks on end to respond to inquiries as she spends taxpayer dollars sitting at home while being paid. She also does not recognize the employee’s side of the story and sides with misrepresentation and fraudulent documentation from the employer. When questioned about fraudulent documentation or misrepresentation from the employer, she submits that she automatically assumes they are real.
The only remedy to this unfortunate circumstance produced by her is through litigation (i.e. going to court with the employer).