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Creating an airtight investigation process

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HC Online | 22 Oct 2013, 12:03 AM Agree 0
In many cases, the investigations surrounding claims of bullying or misconduct are just as important as the outcomes. How can you ensure your investigation processes and procedures are airtight?
  • RivercityIR | 22 Oct 2013, 02:32 PM Agree 0
    Investigators should NEVER be decision makers. Thats when the investigation falls over and becomes nothing more than a justification for whatever disciplinary action follows.

    Removing a support person from an interview will have an affect on the view by FWC on procedural fairness. HR must CONTROL the interview but not diminish the employees rights. HR must OFFER a support person not wait for the employee to ask for one.

    Has this lawyer ever done an investigation before???!!!!

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