How to Conduct an Offensive Behavior Investigation

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    Live Webinar           on
 
        How to Conduct an Offensive Behavior Investigation

    Date & Time:                                                                                                                        

        Wednesday, July 27, 2011          10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
                                                                                                   Register Now                         
        Duration: 90 Minutes              Instructor: Dr. Joni E. Johnston

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

                                                                                             Instructor Profile:

    Overview:
                                                                                                        Dr. Joni E. Johnston
    This program will help you understand how to conduct discrimination                                 Founder & CEO, Work
    and harassment investigations.                                                                          Relationships


    Learn how to avoid the legal pitfalls of conducting discrimination                       Dr. Joni Johnston is a licensed
    investigations. Learn how flawed investigations can cause                                clinical/forensic psychologist, private
    nightmares for employers. Understand when you need to call in a                          investigator, and CEO or
    professional to conduct your investigation. Receive updates on the                       WorkRelationships, an employee
                                                                                             relations consulting firm. Since 1991,
    most recent cases on these issues and learn what the courts require
                                                                                             she has conducted hundreds of
    with regard to a prompt thorough investigation. Become familiar with
                                                                                             workshops and trained thousands of
    what your goals should be in the investigation and what the risks of                     managers and HR professionals on
    a faulty investigation are. More specifically, learn how to handle the                   how to deal with employee conduct
    initial complaint; what issues are crucial to an effective resolution,                   issues - from dress code violations
    how to take court-friendly notes, and must-have language for the                         to offensive behavior investigations
    final report.                                                                            to workplace violence. ...more



    Why you should attend:
                                                                                     
  How an employer responds to an offensive behavior investigation
  often influences the outcome of litigation much more than the
  offensive behavior itself. Not only can an effective investigation 
  buffer an employer from liability, a poorly one can lead to claims of
  retaliation (a claim often much easier to prove than the original
  misconduct).


    Areas Covered In the Seminar:

    l    Laws rewarding good investigations and laws that limit them
    l    How to evaluate the credibility of your witnesses
    l    How to avoid retaliation claims
    l    Why navigating a "he said/she said" complaint is not as hard as
         you think
    l    Deciding to interview and what to ask
    l    How to write an effective report
    l    What to tell each party about your decision
    l    How to get the workplace back to normal after an investigation


    Click here to register for this webinar


    Who Will Benefit:


          l   Chief Human Resource Officers
          l   Senior Management Team
          l   HR Managers, Directors, and Administrators
          l   Supervisors
          l   Employment Managers                                                     
          l   Training Director


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Description: This program will help you understand how to conduct discrimination and harassment investigations. Learn how to avoid the legal pitfalls of conducting discrimination investigations. Learn how flawed investigations can cause nightmares for employers. Understand when you need to call in a professional to conduct your investigation. Receive updates on the most recent cases on these issues and learn what the courts require with regard to a prompt thorough investigation. Become familiar with what your goals should be in the investigation and what the risks of a faulty investigation are. More specifically, learn how to handle the initial complaint; what issues are crucial to an effective resolution, how to take court-friendly notes, and must-have language for the final report.