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Workplace Investigations: The 60-Minute Lawyer

How to conduct and scrutinize investigations of employee complaints of discrimination, sexual harassment, or other workplace misconduct

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    In this era of #metoo, recognition of sexual orientation and gender identity rights, and general awareness of various workplace issues, many employers face complaints from employees that need to be addressed promptly, effectively, and correctly. The process starts with an investigation, often by outside counsel. Knowing how to handle and analyze an investigation appropriately and efficiently is critical—whether you are managing the investigation or questioning its manner of execution. Get practice tips on conducting workplace investigations that minimize employer exposure to liability and effectively address employee concerns—as well as insight on how to efficiently identify investigation missteps. The faculty highlight key decision points and considerations, best practices, pitfalls to avoid, guidance on remedying any issues identified, and how to identify problems in an investigation.

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    • Formulating and Analyzing the Plan: Defining Strategy, Scope and Goals

    • Gathering Background Information and Documents

    • Best Practices for Conducting and Scrutinizing Witness Interviews

    • Preparation of the Report

    • Considerations for Recommendations and Remediation

    • Ethical and Confidentiality Issues—and Other Issues to Note

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