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.
Join our panel for a practical discussion about key challenges, solutions, and lessons learned from workplace investigations under the Bill C-65 framework with public and private sector clients from an internal and external perspective.
Many of us have been asked to advise an employer that has just been presented with a revelation about serious interpersonal issues within its workplace – often involving a group of employees who raise serious issues about the behaviour of one or more colleagues. What is the appropriate, most ethical course of action? Join us as we explore these challenging aspects.