Shelley Boulet has experienced the insidiousness of workplace bullying firsthand. After dealing with the shock and dismay that results from such bullying, she endeavoured to learn about and understand workplace bullying and harassment.
Boulet holds certificates in Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) through the Canadian Payroll Association and Human Resources and Labour Relations (UCHRLR) from Athabasca University . She is currently working towards a Certificate in Manitoba Municipal Administration (CMMA) through the University of Manitoba. As well, she has completed courses in Mediation and the Anatomy of Workplace Investigations. She is a member of the Association of Workplace Investigations/Canadian Association of Workplace Investigations (AWI/CAWI), Chartered Professionals in Human Resources (CPHR) Manitoba, and the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA).
She has previously published Shannadoah, which focuses on explaining Joubert syndrome and assisting readers in understanding this syndrome. Workplace Bullying is the first book in a series focusing on leadership and workplace bullying/harassment.
Boulet lives on a picturesque farm in a valley near Dunrea, Manitoba, Canada. There, she, her husband Louis, and their daughter Shanna enjoy the peace and tranquility of farm life. They have two house cats (Izzy and Dizzy), as well as two shop cats (Luke and Silver).