CONDUCTING SEXUAL HARASSMENT WORKPLACE INVESTIGATIONS
In the #MeToo era, HR needs to make sure they understand their compliance obligations when conducting sexual harassment investigations. Getting this wrong could cost your company big time. What do you do once you receive a discrimination or harassment complaint? Learn how to conduct a legally compliant thorough and effective investigation including tips for successful interviews of witnesses, complainant and the accused. Learn how documentary evidence can really change the investigation. Understand how to better assess credibility for "he-said, she said" allegations. Gain practical skills that enable you to conduct effective investigations of discrimination, harassment and retaliation complaints. The better your sexual harassment investigation the better chance that you will ensure compliance with the laws and prevent your company from making significant mistakes that some have made. Sign up Now to learn more about this important topic so you can avoid potential legal liability for your organization.
Conducting Harassment Investigations
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN DURING OUR 60 MINUTE HR WEBINAR:
- Legal Pitfalls to Avoid When Conducting Sexual Harassment and Workplace Investigations
in the Workplace
- What does, "prompt, thorough, impartial" actually mean?
- What are the affirmative defenses that can help protect your organization from potential legal liability?
- How To Properly Conduct Sexual Harassment and Workplace Investigations
- Privacy Issues: Cases on Reasonable Expectation of Privacy
- Understanding How to Prepare The Investigative Report
- Tips on How HR should Interview Witnesses
- Discussion of Cases Where Flawed Investigations by HR Were Costly for Employers
- Addressing How to Handle He Said-She Said Scenarios
- Tips on Presenting your HR Investigative Report to Upper Management
- Preparing for Litigation: Preparation for Testifying about Your Report in Court
HR Learning Center's 60 minute on-line employment law training HR webinar includes the following:
- On-line training by an experienced employment attorney
- Power point presentation
- Hand Outs
- Certificate of Attendance Forms
- Question and Answer Session