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Live Webinar on
Best Practices of Defensible Workplace Investigations

 Date: Tuesday, December 18, 2012
                                                         Register Now
 Time: 10:00 AM PST | 01:00 PM EST

    Instructor: Teri Morning                           Duration:    60 Minutes

    Price :       $145.00 (for one participant)        Location : Online


         Teri Morning
         President and Chief Everything Officer, Teri Morning Enterprises
 Teri Morning, MBA, MS, SPHR, SPHR-CA is the President of her own HR Consulting firm. She has over 15
 years human resource and training experience in a variety of professional fields, including retail,
 distribution, ...more


 Overview:
 When an employer receives an allegation of workplace harassment, discrimination, or other
 misconduct, conducting an internal investigation is often a legal obligation. Those compliance
 obligations require that investigations are thorough, objective, and professional.

 However, whether the investigation, from fact-finding to writing reports, defends the company
 and limits your legal liability or blows up into an incredible, embarrassing mess (that incurs even
 greater liability) may depend largely upon HOW the investigation is conducted.

 Areas Covered in the Session:

     l   Taking complaints.
     l   Investigatory best practice policies, procedures and protocols to have in place.
     l   Interviewing witnesses, including uncooperative or angry ones.
     l   How to handle physical, testimonial and documentary evidence.
     l   Best practices in writing investigative reports.
     l   Preventing and handling gossip, retaliation and interference.
     l   Indicators of professional investigations.




 Who Will Benefit:
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     l   HR Generalists                                                              More Webinars
     l   HR Managers
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     l   Plant Managers
     l   Management
     l   Business Owners



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 immensely benefit from this program.

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Description: When an employer receives an allegation of workplace harassment, discrimination, or other misconduct, conducting an internal investigation is often a legal obligation. Those compliance obligations require that investigations are thorough, objective, and professional.