Learn about the ins and outs of cross-border investigations, why they are on the increase, ethical obligations, and trends relevant for both internal and external investigators. This engaging discussion will also cover potential risks and opportunities involved in international investigations to include confidentiality and privilege.
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.
Conflict resolution tools like mediation and restorative processes are important options for investigators and HR professionals to be aware of. Our panelists will share experiences ranging from administering ombuds programs within large institutions, piloting the use of restorative practices at a major corporation, and mediating individual workplace conflicts of all shapes and sizes.
This presentation will help attendees understand and apply current industry best practices in addressing allegations of identity-based harassment, discrimination, and other misconduct at an organization when the allegations are based on anonymous, and often online, allegations.
The speakers will review common pitfalls and challenges faced when conducting investigations from the perspective of both external and internal investigators. The panelists will share unexpected issues they have encountered and what strategies they employed to ensure that the investigation was conducted in a manner consistent with AWI Guiding Principles and standard workplace investigation practices.
Attendees will learn how to manage common pitfalls and issues that may disrupt an independent investigation.
The focus of this webinar is to provide information on the investigative framework required to gather the information relevant to making a determination of the future risk of physical violence that an individual may pose.