This session is designed to equip HR professionals with the essential skills for conducting effective workplace investigations. This dynamic session delves into the intricacies of investigative techniques, emphasizing a thorough understanding of legal and ethical considerations. Participants will learn how to navigate sensitive issues, interview key stakeholders, and gather pertinent evidence while maintaining a fair and impartial process. The program also explores case studies and real-world scenarios to provide practical insights into handling diverse workplace challenges. With a focus on fostering a culture of trust and accountability, this program empowers HR professionals to proactively address workplace issues, ensuring a healthy and productive organizational environment.
Melody Rayl is a Partner in the Kansas City office of national Labor & Employment litigation firm Fisher Phillips. Her practice focuses on all aspects of employment litigation and counseling. She has successfully defended and tried cases in both state and federal courts. She also frequently advises on mitigation of risk in employment matters, provides training to her business clients on a variety of employment related topics and regularly counsels businesses through difficult situations with an eye to preventing lawsuits before they occur.
This session has been submitted for 1.0 hour of SHRM and HRCI recertification credit.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received within five business days of the event will be refunded. Late cancellations will not be refunded after food/beverage guarantees have been placed.
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