How to Conduct an Employee Investigation
Registration, 9 a.m.; Training 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
MCIT members: $110 per person
Nonmembers: $150 per person
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Allegations of employee misconduct can run the gamut from an inappropriate comment to the exceptionally serious and require the employer to respond appropriately. The investigation must be fair, thorough and comply with the law. “How to Conduct Employee Investigations” is a fast-paced two-day seminar that helps you meet these requirements.
What You Will Learn
- Knowledge and techniques to investigate workplace misconduct
- Strategies for approaching topical areas, such as allegations of harassment, workplace bullying, computer misuse and theft
- Impact of various laws on your investigation, including the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act
- Influence Tennessen and Garrity warnings have on an investigation
- Management of media and public scrutiny of an investigation
- The seminar provides practical skills to:
- Determine when an investigation is necessary
- Plan an investigation
- Use documentary and physical evidence effectively
- Interview witnesses
- Test for credibility and make credibility determinations
- Document findings properly
To assist with an investigation, participants receive:
- Sample forms
- Best practices
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Who Should Attend
This seminar is designed for the human resource professional who has a desire to begin conducting his or her own investigations, as well as the more seasoned professional who wants to hone his or her investigative skills. Space is limited to 30 individuals.
Presented by William J. Everett, Attorney
Bill Everett is a partner with Everett and VanderWiel PLLP law firm with more than 20 years of investigative experience. He formerly served as a police officer and directed the internal investigations function at a large state agency. Drawing on his experience as an investigator, advocate and classroom instructor, Everett regularly presents seminars across the U.S. for law enforcement investigators and prosecutors.
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Cancellation Policy: Individuals registered for training sessions will not be billed for cancellations made at least one week prior to the session. Cancellations received after the deadline will be billed for the entire registration fee.