Date: November 9, 2023 – live, online (Zoom)
Presenter(s): Natasha J. Baker/Olivia B. Perry
Best for: Managers, HR leaders, supervisors, compliance officers, and others involved in workplace investigations.
- Understanding the importance of conducting workplace investigations and the impact of having clear policies and procedures.
- Become familiar with best practices for conducting workplace investigations, including effective interviewing, gathering evidence, and writing a report.
- Learn how to avoid common, and often costly, mistakes when conducting an investigation, including not maintaining confidentiality, procedural errors, and failing to follow legal requirements.
What’s Included: Attendees will participate in the live interactive training, receive a copy of the training materials, and a certificate of attendance.
In this training, managers, HR leaders, compliance officers, and others involved in workplace investigations will go further in their learning and develop an in depth understanding of how to conduct a workplace investigation. Topics covered will include the importance of having clear policies and procedures, including a reporting process for complaints. Further, attendees will gain knowledge of how to structure an investigation, including the gathering of information, effective interviewing of involved parties and witnesses, tips for documenting the investigation and writing an investigation report. Attendees of this training will be presented with real-world scenarios to analyze and apply their new knowledge.
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Length: 1.5 hour(s)
Cost: $350.00 per attendee.
Groups of 5 or more from a single organization receive a 20% discount off each registration. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your group or if you have any questions.
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