This practical program provides step-by-step guidance to help first-time and seasoned investigators prepare winning investigation reports and documentation from complaint to closure.
- How to scope and plan an investigation
- How to conduct and document an investigation that will withstand scrutiny
- Tips for establishing trust and confidence in the integrity of the investigation
- Tips on note taking and record keeping throughout the investigation
- How to assess witness credibility
- Strategies to organize the investigation report
- How to document credibility assessments
- Tips for drafting the factual analysis
- Methods for applying standards of proof and drafting sound, reasoned findings of fact
- Factors to consider in whether to make:
- Conclusions of policy violations
- Conclusions of law
Product ID: 17064
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Jam-packed with compliance guidelines, this 70 page guide will arm you with the knowledge you need to properly conduct internal investigations.
• When Do You Need to Conduct an Internal Investigation?
• Investigative Policy for Your Organization
• Investigation Process
• Preparing for the Investigation
• Conducting the Investigation
• Collect Evidence
• Witness Interviews
• Post-investigation Process
• Handling Specific Situations
• Sample Policy, Questions, and Report Guidelines
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Lorene F. Schaefer, Esq.
Schaefer & Associates LLC
Lorene F. Schaefer, Esq. is an attorney, mediator and neutral workplace investigator, consultant and expert witness in Atlanta, Georgia with over 27-years of experience, including 14 years as in-house counsel at the General Electric Company.
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