How to conduct a best practice workplace investigation
When: Thursday, 1 October 2020
Where: via Zoom
Cost: Complimentary to Clubs Queensland members
Join Nat Milevskiy, Workplace Relations & Compliance Advisor for an informative webinar on conducting a workplace investigation. Nat will go through a step by step process of the investigation process, including:
- Principles of an investigation – procedural fairness and standard of proof;
- Planning the workplace investigation;
- Conducting interviews for the investigation;
- Writing the investigation report; and
- Notifying participants of the outcome.
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