DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "How To Conduct Workplace and Employee Relations Investigations: 2-day Workshop" conference to their offering.
From fact-finding to writing reports, this hands on 2 day seminar will cover the dos and don'ts of conducting workplace investigations so you can gain the confidence to be a competent and effective investigator.
Employers conduct investigations for a variety of reasons; employee complaints, background checks, allegations of misconduct, losses of various types. The shared primary purpose of these investigations is the same - to find out the facts of a situation to determine a course of action to take - or not to take.
An investigator also needs to know how to write a good case report. Because just as a good investigation defends the actions an employer took or not, the report supports the Company that decision-making (or not.)
If you are looking for answer of these questions, you would certainly benefit by attending this seminar:
- How do you begin an investigation?
- Then, how do you begin the interview?
- What questions do you ask?
- How do you know when you have all the accurate facts?
- What do you tell (or not) to a witness?
- How do you determine that all witnesses have been forthcoming?
- Alternatively, have not purposefully been given misrepresentations of the facts?
- If you are talking to someone to find out what they know, that you do not - how would you know what information if any that a witness distorted, left out or used to misinform purposefully?
- How is an investigator to know the difference between someone's inaccurate recollections vs. purposeful misrepresentation?
- How do you end an investigation?
- What do you tell (or not tell) employees?
- How do you know what to write in the report or keep the files?
Who Should Attend:
- HR professional
- HR Generalist
- Employee Relations Persons
- Small Business Owners
For more information about this conference visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wprqm8/how_to_conduct