Workplace Investigations (Virtual)
October 20 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Employers should be prepared to conduct fair and impartial workplace investigations into employee complaints and allegations of discrimination, harassment, and other forms of misconduct at all levels of the organization.
Though workplace investigations have always been crucial, their importance has been thrust to the forefront of the current cultural discussion between the #metoo and #timesup movements as well as the Black Lives Matter movement. Given the current emphasis on these issues, as well as Oregon’s new Workplace Fairness Act, employers should both expect and encourage their employees to come forward regarding company-wide, systemic discrimination and harassment issues, as well as individual incidents of discrimination, harassment, and other forms of misconduct.
These allegations should be taken seriously and should be met with prompt and thorough investigations, as meaningful investigations are an asset to both employers and employees. In this interactive training, we will discuss spotting and handling an initial complaint, selecting an internal or external investigator, fact-finding, interviews, findings and conclusions, documentation, and action/resolution.
Join the HR Annie Team and Christine Slattery from Slattery Legal Solutions as we break down everything you need to know workplace investigations.
3:00-4:00PM – Presentation
4:00-4:30PM – Q&A
A replay of this workshop will be available to registrants for one week following the live event.
More About Christine Slattery:
Christine Slattery is an employment attorney based in Portland, Oregon. In addition to providing advice and counsel to employers on employment-law related issues, Christine conducts independent workplace investigations at the request of employers or their counsel. Christine investigates workplace issues including, but not limited to, complaints of sexual harassment; complaints of age, race, and gender discrimination; complaints related to FMLA or state-leave protections; complaints of retaliation; and allegations of violations related to corporate policies. Christine also conducts in-depth workplace trainings for both management and non-management employees on a wide range of topics, including but not limited to, sexual harassment in the #metoo era; comprehensive anti-discrimination and harassment practices; combating unconscious bias; diversity, equity, and inclusion; employee engagement; and maintaining a respectful workplace.
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