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HR Investigations Workshop:
A Guide to Legal & Effective Inquiries

HR Investigation

A step-by-step guide on interviews and documentation.

Conducting workplace investigations is one of the most challenging and most important duties that HR professionals must take on. How you respond to complaints about harassment or other misconduct can have huge legal and practical implications for your organization.

This webinar is packed with tips and strategies to investigate any workplace problem quickly and legally. From insubordination to misconduct, confidently conduct and document your important HR investigations.

On Tuesday, June 25, learn what to do and, as importantly, what to avoid when conducting effective investigations. You can also ask employment lawyer and trainer Kathy Perkins your specific employee investigation questions. Don’t risk the reputation of your company or your career.

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Webinar Agenda

  • What elements make an effective investigation.
  • Which types of employee complaints should immediately prompt an investigation.
  • Which employment laws necessitate an investigation.
  • Identifying workplace situations that can be better resolved with an investigation.
  • 10 step-by-step investigation tips to keep your inquiry on track.
  • How to use an investigation model flow chart and samples.
  • How to begin the documentation process.
  • Planning the investigation.
  • Charting and updating a chronological report.
  • Plan and strategize for each interview.
  • Implement the interview checklist.
  • Conclude and report on the investigation.

In this attorney-led session, you’ll come away with:

  • Tips on documenting, interviewing and wrapping up an investigation — so you can execute and complete an airtight legal process.
  • Knowledge of how to be a good HR investigator — from developing your investigation skills to overcoming common problem scenarios.
  • Templates, processes and sample forms — to help you build your investigation from start to finish.

Get answers to YOUR questions from presenter…

Kathy Perkins

Kathy Perkins is an employment lawyer and former litigator who focuses on workplace compliance for employers, providing proactive solutions to prevent litigation through counseling, investigating, training, and mediating. Kathy moved her practice to Constangy, Brooks & Smith in Kansas City in 2002 before opening her own law practice in Lawrence, Kansas in 2008, and she is a frequent speaker on employment law-related topics.

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Registration bonuses included:

Conducting Workplace Investigations

Everyone who signs up will receive a copy of Conducting Workplace Investigations: A Step-by-Step Guide. The 26-page booklet provides the how-to on each step of the investigation process, from strategy to conducting interviews to determining credibility to following up.

The HR Weekly

You'll also receive one month of exclusive access to The HR Weekly – our comprehensive service with all the HR advice and compliance tools to simplify your job … and to keep your organization out of court. So that you continue to benefit from The HR Weekly, we will continue your subscription after that for the then current rate, unless you tell us "no, thanks" – your choice.

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If HR Investigations Workshop: A Guide to Legal & Effective Inquiries fails to meet your needs in any way, we will refund 100% of your tuition – every penny you paid – but your course materials and registration bonuses will be yours to keep. No hassles, no questions asked.

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