Loading Events

« All Events

Managing Workplace Investigations (Montrose)

October 22

The goal of any internal investigation is to obtain an unvarnished view of the facts, that is, what happened, when did it happen, who was responsible, who may have been harmed and what further actions may be necessary to prevent the alleged wrongdoing from recurring. It is important to focus on conducting a fair internal investigation, gathering, and assessing evidence through to presenting findings.

This workshop allows delegates to develop valuable understanding of what the law requires and will learn key skills in the investigation processes, such as analysis and report writing. It covers key techniques, procedures and checklists to help ensure that investigators are considering critical factors and that the process is fair and un-biased.

• The legal background and burden of proof
• The responsibilities of the employer
• The rights of the employee
• The stages of an investigation
• Listening and questioning techniques
• The role of suspension
• Writing the report and presenting findings

Who is it for?
Any employee who may be involved in conducting an investigation; whether a supervisor or line manager.

Price: £195 + VAT per person. Invoice issued upon booking. Maximum of 4 delegates per organisation.

Time: 10.00am – 16.00pm.

Click here to book your place



October 22
Event Category:



Privacy Policy



Powered by The Logic of Eight - Creative Media