Oct. 24, 2017: NJHA Program Details Steps for Internal Workplace Investigations

NJHA will host a Nov. 20 education program with practical information for conducting an effective workplace investigation.

In-house attorneys, human resources professionals and compliance officers are regularly called upon to investigate employee workplace complaints and allegations of corporate improprieties. NJHA’s program, Internal Investigations: How to Conduct Effective & Legal Workplace Investigations, will provide in-depth strategies for conducting investigations into employee complaints, while remaining mindful of employee privacy, confidentiality and retaliation concerns.

The daylong session will be led by attorneys from Saul Ewing’s Labor and Employment Practice Group. Dena Calo, Ruth Rauls and Gillian Cooper will explore important questions including:  When is the duty to investigate triggered? Who should conduct the investigation? What makes an investigation effective? How will the investigation and its conclusion potentially be used during litigation?

This program is targeted for in-house attorneys, human resources professionals and compliance officers.

The program has been approved for continuing legal education credits; approval is pending for Human Resource Certification Institute credits.

Click here for program details and online registration.