With the increased scrutiny on employers' responses to harassment, an effective investigation is the employer's first defense against claims of discrimination and harassment. This webinar will guide employers on how to conduct an effective investigation of sexual harassment and other sensitive employee claims. Learn best practices for conducting investigations, hazards to avoid, and hear about scenarios and
real-life examples when a mishandled investigation ended up making the employer's situation worse. Topics will include: - What should supervisors do when an employee reports sexual harassment? - Who should conduct the investigation? - What should be communicated when the investigation is complete? - How can employers ensure that employees are not retaliated against after the conclusion of the investigation?
Learn what supervisors should do when an employee reports sexual harassment.
Find out who should conduct the investigation and what should be communicated when investigation is complete.
Know what employers can do to ensure that employees are not retaliated against after the conclusion of the investigation.
Who Should attend this webinar: CEOs, COOs, HR Managers
Credits:1.5 CPE credits in the field of Personnel/Human Resources
Price:Free for CFMA members and $69 for non-members.