From opening to closing an investigation, every step throughout the process has important do’s and don’ts that can make or break a successful investigation. With decades of law firm and in-house counsel experience, two panelists will give an investigator's perspective.
This webinar will focus on the dilemma every investigator faces from time to time: hitting what seems like a dead end. The presenters will share creative ways to persist in moving forward in an investigation that hits the proverbial wall. Learn new ways to get past common obstacles while staying true to AWI Guiding Principles.
Gender inclusive communication is evolving as people increasingly embrace diverse gender identities, pronouns, and lived names. This session will help prepare investigators to build better rapport and to consider the nuances of respectful and clear documentation.
During this program, a neuropsychologist will explain these processes so investigators better understand how to minimize harm and maximize the information they gather in survivor interviews. Experienced workplace investigators will also discuss special considerations that may apply when assessing trauma survivor credibility.
Understanding and navigating biases is critical to the work we do as investigators. This program will:
Review implicit bias and confirmation bias and its impact on investigators
Define and give examples of microaggressions and discuss the challenges of investigating them
Discuss how investigators can increase their cultural competency.
This webinar takes an in-depth look at key legal issues for workplace investigators who undertake inquiries into allegations of sexual harassment.
This webinar is intended for Australasian investigators.
This session discusses the key factors that are used to assess credibility and the challenges that arise during video interviews when making credibility determinations. This session will also highlight key things investigators must do to effectively conduct a video interview.