Lunch & Learn: How to Legally and Effectively Conduct Internal Workplace Investigations
Make sure your investigation process doesn’t backfire: Attend this step-by-step seminar
When a complaint is made, the clock starts ticking on potential litigation and liability. Therefore, it is imperative that a company handle any internal investigation timely and properly. An internal investigation can be a daunting process if you aren’t armed with the tools you need to conduct the investigation.
This seminar is designed to provide each HR professional with tools that will make the investigation process work for them– not against them.
You will gain a practical approach to conducting workplace investigations; including, how to handle an investigation internally and when to outsource; how to uncover relevant evidence; how to question potential witnesses; how to make and to document findings and recommendations; and the steps to take after the workplace investigation. Attendees will also receive comprehensive overview of the latest laws relating to workplace investigations, and be actively involved in learning the tools necessary to conduct an investigation in compliance with the law.
- When: November 3, 2016
- Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm
- Where: Berliner Cohen LLP, 10 Almaden Blvd. 11th Floor, San Jose, California 95113
- Cost: $25.00 per person. Lunch will be provided.
Reservations Required: Space is limited. Please reserve your seat as soon as possible, by contacting Victoria Schmidt (RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Berliner Cohen, LLP: Christine H. Long, Susan E. Bishop, Eileen P. Kennedy, and Kim G. Flores
Berliner Cohen’s Employment Law Department has vast experience before California State and Federal courts, the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Labor Commissioner, and the EEOC on matters relating to employment including compensation issues, mandatory leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, and reductions-in-force for individuals, companies and local government. They have successfully defended employers facing class actions as well as single plaintiff claims.
CLE & HRCI Credit Available
This program has been approved for 1 (HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.