CONDUCTING EFFECTIVE WORKPLACE INVESTIGATIONS

Meet Jodie Fox, Director Worklogic and hear about the AHEIA and Worklogic partnership programs.

Whether you are an HR professional, manager or compliance officer, you may need to conduct an in-house workplace investigation in the future, or already have conducted one. This practical workshop delivered in partnership with Worklogic gives you the knowledge and skills needed to conduct an effective, fair and legally sound workplace investigation.

Topics covered:

Part 1 – Understanding the process
• Hallmarks of a good process (procedural fairness)
• When to investigate
• Setting up and scoping the investigation
• From complaint to allegations
• Who can investigate?
• Who can participate?
• Planning and timing
• Communicating with the parties

Part 2 – Gathering and analysing the evidence
• Collecting evidence, selecting witnesses
• Planning interviews
• Interview techniques
• Analysing the evidence
• Making findings of fact and deciding on breach of policy
• Common issues that arise
• Report writing
• Documentation and Record keeping

Learning Outcomes

Participants of the Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations training are empowered with robust and detailed investigations framework with practical applications. The training provides a ‘how to’ for conducting investigations from start to finish, providing the skills to lead a workplace investigation that is both effective, procedurally fair and able to robustly withstand internal and external scruitiny.

Who should attend?

Recommended for university HR professionals, Managers and compliance officers

Facilitators

This workshop will be faciliated by one of Worklogic's experienced facilitators.  Link to bios.

Investment

Member $895 excluding GST

Non-Member $1095 excluding GST

Times – Virtual Workshop

11:00am – 3:30pm both days (AEST)

Like to know more?

Contact us at training@aheia.edu.au or call (03) 8611 0504

 

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14 calendar days or less prior to event start date  a participant may: substitute an attendee.

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