Not only did Steve Boese, Conference Chairman, vote for InvestiPro as the Next Great HR Technology Company last week at the HR Technology Conference in Chicago, he included us in his Top 5 Moments at the Conference. https://t.co/yIloNDhS2O Discovering the Next Great HR Technology Company While HR Tech, and plenty of [READ MORE ...]
Top 10 Investigation Challenges – Part 6; Hygiene, Bodily Functions and other Uncomfortable Conversations.
Every manager and HR Representative has to deal with this type of complaint at some point during their career. As a matter of fact, these complaints are reported in the work place much more often than you might imagine. There are your everyday complaints, “Danny comes in to work [READ MORE ...]
There is such as thing as constructive silence….and then there is just silence. Unfortunately some employees believe that they are protecting themselves, or their co-workers, if they simply refuse to answer any questions in a workplace investigation. But the law does not allow employers to simply state that they [READ MORE ...]
While conducting harassment investigation training, I have been asked many times, “Are we required to investigate if we receive an anonymous letter or email reporting possible harassment?” The real conundrum is whether an email or voicemail meets the definition of a complaint if there is no identifiable complainant. Still, [READ MORE ...]
Top 10 Investigation Challenges – Part 3; Ask these five questions to determine if an investigation is required.
In the business world, nothing ever seems to be black and white. Instead, the daily grind comes in many shades of gray (way more than 50!). This too applies when a complaint is received by an employee, leaving the manager or HR representative to determine credibility of the claim [READ MORE ...]
Can you promise an employee that what they tell you about another employee will remain confidential? Can you ask an employee to keep the information discussed in a workplace investigation interview confidential? The answer to both questions is maybe, but not completely. Clear as mud? Many things in business [READ MORE ...]
Welcome to the new series! Although there are many books, white papers, seminars, etc. on the topic of conducting workplace investigations, these generally are learning tools to tech the process and the legal requirements behind the investigation. However, as any seasoned HR professional will tell you, there are things [READ MORE ...]