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Workplace Bulletin
Dear Reader,
When conflict arises in your workplace or an allegation of misconduct is made, you need to get on with finding a resolution as quickly as you can.
Otherwise the issue is likely to evolve into something much more difficult to manage.
This means you need to launch a workplace investigation.
Conducting an investigation into allegations of wrongdoing requires a certain level of skill, sensitivity and expertise.
The last thing you want is for your findings to be challenged and your investigation to be considered unfair, ineffective or flawed.
In this exclusive video interview, expert workplace investigator, Grevis Beard explains the importance of making sure your workplace has a process in place which outlines how an investigation should be undertaken.
A well-planned investigation into inappropriate behaviour or conflict has the potential to save a lot of time, reduce stress on your employees and reduce the risk of liability for your business.
Next week, Portner Press will be launching an important new resource that will guide you, step by step, through the process of conducting a sound, procedurally fair and defensible workplace investigation.
It covers the entire procedure, from identifying when an investigation is required to collecting evidence, conducting interviews and reaching a conclusion.
Note: A very special early-bird rate will be available for the first two weeks after launch.
So make sure you keep an eye on your inbox for the launch of this brand-new resource and in the meantime, check out Grevis Beard’s video here.
Kind regards,
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Pippa McKee
Publisher
Portner Press Pty Ltd


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