Wed Jun 20, 2018 8:00am – 9:30am
Just the Facts: Conducting Workplace Investigations
Sponsored by: Berchem Moses PC and the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce
Workplace investigations – and the need for them – have been in the news a lot lately. Do you need to review the basics, such as what triggers them, who should conduct them, and why they are important, to protect your business? The workplace investigation process is an important risk management tool for employers. When investigations are handled properly, they can aid employers in avoiding lawsuits, offer employers affirmative defenses to alleged misconduct, and lessen damages when litigation occurs.
Join us for a full hot breakfast catered by Zoi’s and great giveaways. This informative presentation will discuss the investigation process, including:
* Fact-finding techniques
* Conducting witness interviews
* Credibility assessment
* Data collection
* Reaching conclusions
* Minimizing future claims
About the Speakers:
Meredith G. Diette is a Partner in the Labor & Employment Law Department. She advises private, non-profit and municipal clients on laws governing the employment relationship, and assists clients during collective bargaining and binding arbitration proceedings. She is admitted to practice in Connecticut and before the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court and Mohegan Trial Court.
Paula N. Anthony is Senior Counsel in the Labor & Employment Law Department. She formerly served as Assistant Corporation Counsel for the City of Waterbury, CT. In addition to advising employers on a wide variety of personnel and employment matters, Paula has extensive experience in conducting workplace investigations. She is admitted to practice in both Connecticut and New York.
- Admission: Free
- Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce Board Room
- 900 Chapel Street, 10th Floor
- New Haven
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