Workplace Investigations Training
How workplace investigations are run is an ever-growing area of workplace risk and litigation. When they go wrong, they can do so spectacularly, from both a legal and a people-management perspective. Despite this, they are often conducted by people with limited or no real training.
This one-day workshop will summarise the four key principles of a workplace investigation (confidentiality, procedural fairness, natural justice and timeliness); outline how to plan and conduct an investigation; discuss issues such as managing stakeholders and dealing with procedural or compliance difficulties; and practice techniques for interviewing and report-writing.