Top 10 Workplace Investigation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Presented by Allison West
Recorded on: Tuesday, December 04, 2012
Many laws require that workplace investigations be done promptly and thoroughly. Sounds great, but what does “thorough” really mean?
Because of the complexity of most investigations, mistakes can happen, but they’re preventable. Join us for a 90-minute information-packed webinar featuring attorney Allison West and learn to avoid the common investigation mistakes that can create liability. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to ask Ms. West your questions during the live Q&A portion of the webinar.
Allison West has a simple approach to employment practices: be proactive. An employment attorney by background, for over 15 years, Allison has used her legal skills coupled with sound human resources practices to provide companies with proactive risk management solutions for preventing and resolving employment claims. She specializes in customizing and delivering employment law, HR and management training, conducting workplace investigations, coaching executives and managers, human resources consulting and provides expert witness assistance. Allison is a frequent, top-rated speaker at the SHRM Annual and Employment Law and Legislative conferences, as well as other conference around the country speaking on a variety of employment related topics. She is licensed to practice law in California and holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources certification.
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