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Workplace Investigations Webcast 2022

Workplace Investigations Webcast 2022

Workplace Investigations Webcast 2022

Workplace Investigations Webcast 2022

 

With 2022 now well underway, there continues to be a need for businesses to adapt how they operate and manage staff, with many working from home, on roster schedules or different hours. This presents a number of challenges for managers, but the key issue remains monitoring and ensuring appropriate staff behaviour.

When an incident occurs or a complaint is made, it is the obligation of the employer to ensure workplace investigations are carried out fairly and appropriately. Poorly conducted investigations (and potentially unsound findings) could present significant legal risk and liability for you and your organisation.

Hear from Julian Arndt and Ed Austin-Woods on how to reduce your risk and ensure your investigations are conducted properly.

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