This webinar will focus on the unique aspects of complaints that arise from employer holiday parties, conferences and other business-related events that involve social interaction and give both internal and external investigators practical information and tools for handling the challenges these types of complaints frequently bring.
This training will help you find your way to findings by identifying strategies on how to (1) craft an appropriate scope of investigation utilizing existing employer policies, (2) elicit relevant information from sometimes traumatized witnesses who are fearful of retaliation due to the alleged bullying, (3) determine whether bullying behavior is representative of discriminatory conduct; (4) make proper findings supported by the weight of the evidence; and (5) deal with tricky issues which can be unique to bullying investigations.
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.
During this webinar, Eve Fichtner will discuss self-education, interview preparation, and practical interviewing tips to elicit credible information from a child witness, while avoiding leading or tainting the witness testimony. Participants will gain awareness of general development stages and competency of a child witness.