In today’s working environment employers must be able to respond properly to allegations of wrongdoing in the workplace. It’s easier for harassment, bullying and discrimination to go under the radar if it’s not taking place in the office in front of people.
Conducting an internal investigation at the present time involves numerous challenges. What is best practice when planning and taking part in an internal investigation? How can organisations maximise their chances of getting the best outcome and with as little disruption as possible?
This new, virtual HRLaw training workshop takes place on Thursday 12 November. It offers a practical and hands-on guide to best practice when conducting an internal investigation, including scoping, documentation and reporting, taking into account today’s remote working environment.
By the end of this course participants will have explored:
- Who should conduct the investigation and when
- Deciding what evidence is relevant
- The issues that may arise in practice when carrying out investigations remotely
- Common mistakes and pitfalls when carrying out an investigation with reference to real-life scenarios
This course will benefit business managers, directors, HR professionals and in-house legal teams. This workshop will be held virtually so that you can attend from the location that suits you best.
The price per delegate is £75 plus VAT for this half day session. If two colleagues from the same organisation would like to attend, the price is £140 plus VAT.