HR and other professionals are now expected to be experts at conducting investigations and resolving conflict in the workplace.
But with expanding legal requirements that provide increased mechanisms through which employees can lodge complaints, there’s room for costly mistakes.
Patti Perez, employment law veteran at Ogletree Deakins and principal author of the updated AB 1825 regulations, along with Janine Yancey, Emtrain’s President, will cover the top 10 workplace investigation mistakes and what you can do to prevent them.
During this 60 minute webinar, Patti and Janine will go over:
Patti and Janine will also be doing a live Q&A following the webinar. This webinar qualifies for HRCI and MCLE (CA) credit.
Discover the top 10 mistakes employers make during workplace investigations and how you can prevent them. Patti and Janine will also give you actionable guidance and tools to help reduce conflict in the workplace and create processes for better investigations.
This webinar has been certified for 1 hour of continuing education for HRCI and MCLE. For attending, you will also receive free tools you can use to manage your risk and create a respectful workplace.
Ms. Perez practices in the areas of employment law and human resource management. A graduate of the UCLA School of Law and a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources, Ms. Perez has practiced employment law since 1992. She has worked in Mexico City directing an international judicial education program, has trained thousands of human resources, legal and other professionals, and has extensive work experience as an employment attorney and an HR executive.
In addition, Ms. Perez currently serves as a member of the Fair Employment and Housing Council and was a principal author of the updated AB 1825 regulations.
“In 20 years of resolving workplace conflicts, I have seen employers do many things well and have also seen employers make key mistakes. During this webinar, you'll learn strategies to avoid these costly mistakes and reduce conflict in your workplace.”