Many companies employ workplace investigators. Those investigators face questions different from external investigators because of their role and relationships within the company. Who conducts investigations? Who does the investigator report to? Does the investigator make recommendations? Should the investigator be involved in correcting the behavior? How does the investigator maintain relationships with business leaders? These answers to these questions impact the quality and outcome of the investigation. Especially in the era of #metoo, thoughtfully and thoroughly answering these question is becoming increasingly important for internal investigators.
By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:
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Oliver McKinstry, AWI-CH has over a decade of experience conducting internal and external investigations. He is currently Senior Director of People Services at DaVita, a Fortune 200 healthcare company. He leads DaVita’s team of seven workplace investigators and DaVita’s wage and hour, mergers and acquisitions, policy, and unemployment functions within the People Services organization. Prior to joining DaVita, Oliver was a workplace investigator at a Fortune 100 aerospace and defense company. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and conducted external workplace investigations as part of his employment law practice at two Am Law 100 law firms. Before law school, Oliver spent two years teaching English in rural Japan. Oliver is AWI Certificate Holder and a member of the AWI Diversity Task Force and the Conference Committee. He looks forward to helping others find and hone their authentic voice in conducting investigations.
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