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7 Steps to Investigate Alleged Employee Misconduct & Writing Investigative Reports: Online Training Seminar

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In this online training seminar, you will learn practical skills for investigating alleged misconduct and ways to balance the rights of the complainant and the accused while protecting the interests ...

In this online training seminar, you will learn practical skills for investigating alleged misconduct and ways to balance the rights of the complainant and the accused while protecting the interests of your organization. Plus, you will learn how to minimize the administrative burden of writing investigative reports while producing reports that are clear and easy to understand.

You will learn:

- How to strategically investigate “he said/she said” allegations when there are no eyewitnesses
- How to interview witnesses using a specific method that helps maximize the amount and quality of information gathered
- How the laws have changed regarding investigations (e.g., is it lawful to use social media in your investigation?)
- Techniques and questioning strategies you can use to determine whether a witness is lying
- How much detail about witnesses’ statements you must give the accused
- The rules for searching an employee’s workspace, personal belongings, or electronic communications
- What to do if the accused brings an attorney, co-worker or friend to the investigative interview
- The appropriate standard of proof for imposing discipline
- How to properly document credibility determinations
- How to compile exhibits
- Privilege and confidentiality designations
- What documents to retain in the investigative file
- Discipline, follow-up and handling challenges in the investigation

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  • +1-866-297-0224 | INFO@NAVEXGLOBAL.COM | WWW.NAVEXGLOBAL.COM Join us for our highly interactive, step‑by-step online seminar to learn practical skills for how to investigate and document allegations of compliance violations, fraud, harassment, discrimination, theft and other employee misconduct. Cost Course manuals and webinar login instructions are provided following registration. Only one person may attend per webinar registration fee. Early Bird Special! Registration Fee $649 $549 (per person) Standard Registration Fee $649 (per person) Group Discount $499 (per person) »» A group is 5 or more registrants; all must be enrolled on the same registration order. May combine sessions attending for a group discount. Report Writing Only $229 (per person) »» This single-day session (day 3) has been made available to those who have already taken the 7 Steps to Investigate (2- day) course. If attending the full 3-day seminar, this cost has already been added in to the totals listed. Critical Acclaim Past attendee evaluations have averaged 4.5 on a 5.0 scale. “ Though I’ve been an investigator for many years, there were many relevant areas that will enhance my skills.” - Sharon Mulder HR Director & Divisional Ethics Officer L-3 Communications, Ocean Systems Very effective. Andrew Foose was professional, knowledgeable, and kept the presentation interesting. He involved participants, answered questions, and gave eal-life experiences.” - André Hayes Employee Relations Manager RR Donnelley About the Presenter Our expert trainers bring years of practical experience as former U.S. Department of Justice attorneys, employment lawyers and corporate counsel. They have trained thousands of professionals around the world and are recognized as leading authorities on conducting lawful and effective internal investigations. Andrew Foose, JD, vice president of NAVEX Global’s Advisory Services division, the Ethical Leadership Group (ELG), is a former senior trial attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division. Andrew is recognized among the country’s leading experts on conducting lawful and effective internal investigations and has trained thousands of attorneys, compliance officers, auditors and human resource professionals on best-practice investigative techniques and on how to write effective, comprehensive investigative reports. He currently works with organizations ranging from large multi- national companies to smaller non-profits to assess their ethics and compliance programs and to provide guidance on ways to enhance program effectiveness and efficiency. He joined ELG in 2008. 7 Steps to Investigate Alleged Employee Misconduct & Writing Investigative Reports 2014 Webinar Series
  • ABOUT NAVEX GLOBAL NAVEX Global helps protect your people, reputation and bottom line through a comprehensive suite of ethics and compliance software, content and services. The trusted global expert for more than 8,000 clients in 200+ countries, our solutions are informed by the largest ethics and compliance community in the world. +1-866-297-0224 INFO@NAVEXGLOBAL.COM WWW.NAVEXGLOBAL.COM ©2014 NAVEX GLOBAL ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Course Overview Investigating Alleged Employee Misconduct & Writing Comprehensive Reports In this online seminar, attendees will learn practical skills for investigating alleged misconduct and ways to balance the rights of the complainant and the accused while protecting the organization’s interests. Plus, attendees will learn how to minimize the administrative burden of writing investigative reports while producing reports that are clear and easy to understand. Attendees will learn: `` How to strategically investigate “he said/she said” allegations when there are no eyewitnesses `` How to interview witnesses using a specific method that helps maximize the amount and quality of information gathered `` How the laws have changed regarding investigations (e.g., is it lawful to use social media in investigations?) `` Techniques and questioning strategies to use in determining whether a witness is lying `` How much detail about witnesses’ statements must be given to the accused `` The rules for searching an employee’s workspace, personal belongings, or electronic communications `` What to do if the accused brings an attorney, co-worker or friend to the investigative interview `` The appropriate standard of proof for imposing discipline `` How to properly document credibility determinations `` How to compile exhibits `` Privilege and confidentiality designations `` What documents to retain in the investigative file `` Discipline, follow-up and handling challenges in the investigation Course materials: `` 7 Steps to Investigate Alleged Employee Misconduct Course Manual `` Comprehensive Report Writing Manual `` Real-Life Example Reports `` Written Report Worksheet `` “The “Bring Your Own Device” to Work Movement Whitepaper (Littler) Registration Details Please contact a NAVEX Global sales representative for an updated schedule of events, or contact us at info@navexglobal.com. Who Should Attend? These seminars are designed for those who investigate, or oversee the investigation of, reports of alleged harassment, discrimination, theft, fraud and other types of employee misconduct, including: `` Compliance officers `` Human resource professionals `` Internal auditors `` EEO officers `` Ethics officers `` Loss prevention professionals `` Employee relations professionals `` Security professionals `` Fraud investigators `` Attorneys Continuing Education Credits We have been approved for continuing education credits with the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) . Multiple state bar associations have previously approved the Investigations and Report Writing Seminars for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit. Those states include: IL, NY, PA, TX, VA and WA. The course is currently approved for CLE in California. Upon request, we will provide the information needed to apply for CLE approval. We Can Come to You NAVEX Global can also conduct a private session of any of our topics at your business location of choice. We have provided private, on-site training for many organizations including: `` The Boeing Company `` Marathon Oil Corporation `` United Nations `` World Bank `` The U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security `` Eddie Bauer `` Lockheed Martin Please contact a NAVEX Global sales representative to schedule an on-site training.