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 webinar will address how defamation claims can and do arise in the context of workplace investigations and give both internal and external investigators practical information and tools for anticipating and avoiding defamation concerns during investigations.
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 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.
Hear two national ethics experts walk you through the many issues, obstacles and analyses that attorney investigators need to consider before saying “yes” to conducting a multi-jurisdictional investigation.