Musts for Thorough Investigations 2.20.19
When you have to investigate a workplace incident, you never know what you’re going to find: It could be a minor violation of company policies or a serious case of harassment or discrimination; here may be one person involved or several; and to get to the bottom of it, you might need to interview a few people or a dozen.
Just because every situation is different, though, doesn’t mean you can’t follow the same procedures for every investigation. In fact, it’s essential that you develop a standard process for planning, conducting and reporting on the findings of your internal investigations. A consistent process can make your investigations more efficient and effective, and less disruptive to your organization. What’s more, investigations conducted in the same way can reveal important insights that help you prevent problems from happening again instead of just reacting to incidents.
This course will provide attendees with a good foundation for their own investigations processes.
This event has been pre-approved by HRCI for 1.5 HR Credit toward PHR and SPHR.
This course is being offered through the generous support of the San Diego Workforce Partnership.