Join us for a webinar on how best to investigate COVID-related claims. The panel will address how HR is implementing the new COVID laws, regulations and guidelines -- and how those laws, regulations and guidelines may impact investigation findings.
This webinar is an introduction to the changes to the Canada Labour Code regarding Harassment and Violence, and to the new Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations coming into force in Canada on January 1, 2021.
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.
When there is an overlap between a workplace investigation and a potential criminal investigation by law enforcement, there are a host of tricky issues. This webinar will highlight these challenges for investigators, discussing different approaches for different types of cases, and provide guidance about how and when to work in concert with law enforcement, and when to move ahead on our own.
This webinar will take you through the report writing process, beginning to end. We’ll provide practical tips to help you focus your report, include necessary elements, strengthen your writing, and sharpen your analysis.
Understanding and navigating biases is critical to the work we do as investigators. This program will:
Review implicit bias and confirmation bias and its impact on investigators
Define and give examples of microaggressions and discuss the challenges of investigating them
Discuss how investigators can increase their cultural competency.