Writing Effective Investigation Reports
November 30 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm$395
One of the hardest parts of an investigation is writing a report of your findings. What should be included, what do you say and how do you say it? The report needs to be neutral, concise and legally defensible. It also needs to be engaging, while communicating your intended messaging. This program will provide you with the essential tools and precedents to enable you to organize and write effective investigation reports.
Who should attend: HR professionals and anyone who conducts investigations
Workplace investigations are complex, and even seasoned investigators experience challenges conducting them. HRPA has partnered with us to develop a half-day Beyond the Basics Micro-Conference which focuses on key challenges and issues that arise in workplace investigations.
Asha Rampersad will be speaking about workplace investigations. This is part of a 3-part series facilitated by ADR Institute of Ontario.
The duty to accommodate is one of the most complex challenges that HR professionals face in managing employees. This session employs practical examples and case studies to provide you with strategies for accommodating employee needs in even the most difficult of cases. Emphasis will be placed on disability and mental illness, as well as accommodation […]