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HR Investigations Workshop: A Guide To Legal & Effective Inquiries – ONLINE/WEBINAR
May 22, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm| $297.00
About Your Speaker:
Kathy Perkins is the founder of Kathy Perkins LLC Workplace Law & Mediation in Lawrence, Kan. She brings to her litigation prevention and dispute resolution practice 25+ years’ experience litigating employment and commercial disputes. Her work is in four primary areas: employer counseling, management training, outside neutral investigations and mediation to resolve employment disputes. Prior to starting her practice, she was a managing member of the law firm. She speaks and writes often on employee relations and mediation issues.
“Employee wins $15 million harassment lawsuit
after HR fumbles investigation.”
That’s why we created the HR Investigations Workshop. This “must-attend” webinar will show you what to do – and what to avoid – when conducting effective investigations in the #MeToo era.
Join us on Tuesday, May 22, for a webinar that is packed with tips and strategies to handle any workplace problem quickly and legally. You’ll learn how to conduct investigations that achieve all of your goals – and will stand up in court.
- How to select the right investigator
- How to proactively plan and organize each phase of the investigation
- How to avoid the most common investigation mistakes
- Best-practice tips for interviewing witnesses so you get the whole story – and the truth
- The do’s and don’ts of documenting a workplace investigation
Plus, ask YOUR questions about the structure, process and follow-through of workplace investigations.
An effective workplace investigation requires demonstrating a serious commitment to resolving problems in a fair and appropriate way. Your CEO (and the court) expects you to devote the necessary attention, skill and resources to investigations. But even the best HR pros usually make small mistakes – errors that a savvy lawyer will pounce on.
The HR Investigations Workshop will teach you how to avoid such legally devastating mistakes and create investigation practices that can save the reputation of both you and the organization.