Investigations that Work
Don Phin is a California employment law attorney. He has consulted with hundreds of companies to help improve their employment practices. He has presented over 600 times to CEOs, HR, and other executives on what works in employee relations. Don’s latest book is The 40| |40 Solution: Mastering the Emotional Energy of Leadership and Sales. Don built HRThatWorks, used by 3,500 companies and sold to ThinkHR in 2014. In addition to consulting and speaking, Don does executive coaching and workplace investigations.Originally a kid from the Bronx (you may still hear the accent), today Don lives in sunny Coronado, California.
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How a company manages a workplace investigation affects its legal exposures, corporate culture, and brand. That investigation may involve a claim of sexual harassment, suspicion of theft, or a threat made against another employee. The failure to properly investigate can lead to lawsuits, brand damage, and ruined reputations.
Don has been an employment law attorney for more than 40 years and has investigated many scenarios. He will share best practices you should consider when investigating matters.
- Where there is smoke investigate!
- What it means to be prompt and thorough?
- How to get to the truth
- Maintaining confidentiality
- How to assess the credibility of witnesses
- NRLB rules around investigating
- Using attorneys wisely
- Appropriate discipline
- Making victims whole
- And more
Why Should You Attend
Investigating managerial and employee wrongdoing is a key skill requirement for HR executives. Poor investigations lead to expensive lawsuits!