Workplace Investigation Interviews — How to Get Critical Evidence from Your Witnesses
Presented by Allison West
Recorded on: Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Every day, human resources professionals and business managers investigate allegations of workplace misconduct, harassment or other potentially unlawful claims. The probability for litigation is high and a sound investigation can frequently reduce liability. Yet, all-too-often, investigators fail to get the critical information they need because they didn’t ask the right questions, weren’t prepared and didn’t know how to handle different types of witnesses.
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Allison West, Esq., SPHR, is principal of Employment Practices Specialists in Pacifica, California. Ms. West has a simple approach to employment practices: “be proactive.” She uses her employment law background, coupled with her sound knowledge of human resource practices, in providing proactive risk management services aimed at helping companies both prevent and resolve employment claims. Ms. West specializes in employment law and management training, conducting workplace investigations, human resources consulting, and providing expert witness assistance. She is also a frequent public speaker on a national and local level. Ms. West is licensed to practice law in California and holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources certification.
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