This session discusses the key factors that are used to assess credibility and the challenges that arise during video interviews when making credibility determinations. This session will also highlight key things investigators must do to effectively conduct a video interview.
Our panel of experienced investigation firm owners and business operations experts will offer their insights and knowledge about how to start and manage your own investigations practice. The panel will also discuss strategies for developing business, what technologies firm owners should consider using, and how best to operate your own firm.
Recently, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) issued a key legal decision that will likely impact the process and procedure that workplace investigators routinely follow in conducting investigations for both unionized and non-unionized workplaces. This session will provide answers to many questions about this decision, as well as a unique summary of the NLRB’s decision from both a labor and workplace investigation perspective.
This session will cover the legal framework governing municipal employment complaints and investigations, including the complexities of confidentiality in the context of open meetings and open records laws.
This webinar will explore the factors Canadian adjudicators examine in determining whether a workplace investigation is covered by legal privilege and when an employer may want to assert or waive any potential privilege claim. Using real life examples, participants will also come away with an understanding of some of the procedural steps they must adhere to if they wish to have a workplace investigation withstand scrutiny by Canadian adjudicators.
This webinar will provide an overview of the eight draft Ethical Guidelines, highlight the reasons why the guidelines were developed and explain how they will sit with other professional ethical obligations and the forthcoming AAWI Best Practice Standards.