How to Legally Handle Workplace Investigations On-Site Training
A special one-day event for HR professionals who want to safely investigate employee problems and complaints without putting their company at legal risk
Your defense against litigation is only as strong as your investigation.
That's an incredible amount of pressure on HR. You just never know when someone's going to walk through your door and bring up an issue that carries serious legal and financial risks for your company. If you're not ready to respond quickly and effectively, you could wind up on the losing end of a lawsuit.
Confidently Handle Problems & Complaints
If you're like most HR professionals, you're keenly aware that every action you take (or don't take) in an investigation could be judged in court. It's absolutely essential to act quickly. It's just as essential to act in complete compliance with today's employment laws.
But what's the best way to respond to an employee who claims harassment or discrimination? What should you do when a manager suspects drug use or theft or worries an employee may turn violent? And why are so many employees winning retaliation claims lately? Now you can find out how to handle these types of legally volatile situations with new confidence and skill.
Conduct Court-Ready Investigations
This is a unique opportunity to learn your rights as well as your legal obligations to employees in the course of an investigation. During this highly informative, skill-building workshop, you'll learn how to safely investigate complaints ... gather and evaluate evidence ... draw conclusions ... and follow up with employees. So you can safeguard your workers and avoid the legal land mines that could put your company at risk. Take the first step toward building a strong first line of legal defense for your company and enroll today.
Agenda:Workplace Investigations in a Diverse Legal Landscape: Your Rights and Obligations
Setting the Stage for a Successful Investigation
Conducting Internal Investigations: Your Plan in Action
Post-Investigation: Reporting Your Findings and Making Recommendations
Damage Control: Preventing Employee Retaliation and Misconduct
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