Investigations & procedural fairness (235 items)

Webcast: Workplace Investigative Interviewing

Interviews are an integral part of any workplace investigation, and play a vital role in ensuring a fair and just outcome after bullying, misconduct or unsafe work. Watch this webcast to develop your skills and help your organisation make the best decisions after workplace incidents. In this presentation expert investigator Harriet Stacey, from WISE Workplace, explains:

  • the PEACE framework for structuring workplace interviews;
  • how to interview the respondent of a workplace allegation;
  • how to apply procedural fairness principles during interviews;
  • privacy, confidentiality, anonymity and related considerations;
  • rules around record-keeping, and more.
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Webcast: Workplace investigations - Interviewing complainants

Do you know how to obtain an honest, reliable account from a complainant after a workplace incident? Watch this webcast to learn which steps to take. The presentation, by WISE Workplace founder and expert interviewer Harriet Stacey, covers:

  • the aim of the complainant interview;
  • the nature of incidents reported by complainants;
  • the role of memory;
  • cognitive interviewing strategies;
  • applying the PEACE model to complainant interviews; and
  • recording interviews.
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Don't ignore the warning signs of fraud

HR professionals who recognise the warning signs of someone who may be stealing from their company can take steps to stop fraud or theft before it goes too far, Lander and Rogers partner Craig Higginbotham and senior associate Aaron Goonrey told an employer briefing recently. » more »