Workplace investigations

The weakest link in most organisation’s discipline or grievance procedure is the investigation. The fundamental purpose of an investigation is to collect the facts. It’s no more than that. But while a really rigorous investigation is essential to a wellconducted process, many managers simply skate over the surface and either do not collect the relevant data or fail to take a sufficiently robust approach to data collection. An inadequate investigation can cast the final outcome into doubt. This workshop will help delegates understand and apply investigation techniques and increase the depth and quality of your organisation’s investigation process. One day. Covers:

  • role of investigations in the dispute resolution process
  • ACAS Code of Practice
  • carrying out an investigation
  • interviewing witnesses
  • carrying out a disciplinary or grievance hearing

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Kate & her colleagues have provided HR support on a range of matters over the last few years. The sort of things I’ve asked for help with include dealing with poor performance, stress, apprentices, sickness, the sad death of an employee and an outbreak of strong political views in the workplace. Whatever I’ve asked for help Kate has always advised me quickly, giving me options and explaining why they are recommending the route they have. She and her team make sure that I understand the advice so I can apply it properly. They take a genuine interest in my business, and are so sensible and practical. Kate’s built a great team that don’t just give flip answers - they really think about the right solutions for us. I wish more businesses gave such good service. Kate and co are a real pleasure to work with.

Rex Nye, Managing Director, DW Nye
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