Conducting Effective (and Legal) Workplace Investigations
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Conducting an effective internal investigation into allegations of employee misconduct will ultimately mean the difference between amicably resolving a dispute and thrusting your company into costly and protracted litigation. Through hypotheticals and case studies, you’ll leave the seminar able to apply investigative skills in practical and concrete ways.

9/22/2015
When: Tuesday, September 22, 2015
From 9:30 AM until 3:30 PM
Where: NCHRA Training Center
233 Sansome Street, Suite 508
San Francisco, California  94104
United States
Contact: 415-291-1992


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Seminar Details

Qualifies for 5 SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDC's) / HRCI Recertification Credits
Registration: NCHRA Members $249 / General $329

 

Summary

Conducting an effective internal investigation into allegations of employee misconduct will ultimately mean the difference between amicably resolving a dispute and thrusting your company into costly and protracted litigation. As case law and regulations continue to evolve concerning investigations (and HR’s role within them), it is pertinent that HR professionals use best practices in accordance with the law.


Through hypotheticals and case studies, you’ll leave the seminar able to apply investigative skills in practical and concrete ways. Learn how to:


• Gather evidence to determine whether misconduct occurred
• Implement effective questioning techniques
• Get “pay dirt” from the accused
• Assess credibility
• Prepare a report that will withstand a legal challenge

 

 

About the Presenter

Stephen Hirschfeld is a partner with the law firm of Curiale Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP, in San Francisco. He is also the CEO of the Employment Law Alliance, the world's largest network of labor and employment lawyers. His practice involves labor and employment law on behalf of management in both the private and public sector. Steve takes a proactive approach when advising clients, emphasizing creative solutions to employee relations problems. He frequently represents employers in federal and state courts and before administrative agencies on a variety of litigation matters involving the employer-employee relationship.

 

Cancellations received less than seven calendar days from the program date are not refundable. If cancellation within seven days of the program is unavoidable, a credit for a future event will be granted, minus a $75 administration fee ($15 for regional meetings). Credits must be used within one year of issue. A substitute attendee is allowed at the applicable NCHRA member/non-member rate in lieu of credit. Separate cancellation policies apply for the HR West Conference and Certification Preparation Courses.