No matter which industry you work in, conducting thorough and unbiased investigations is critical. Organizations run huge risks if investigations are not conducted properly and the consequences to organizations can be disastrous – including legal and reputational damage that can result in lost time, money and productivity.

Attendees will learn how to properly plan and conduct a workplace investigation from start to finish, including how to generate good interview questions and write an investigation report. This full day session will also delve into understanding our own biases and how they might get in the way of conducting an objective investigation.

Our instructors are currently practicing, licensed workplace investigators who guide you through best practices as well as pitfalls to avoid using recent real-life case studies, scenarios and group discussions. The training content and format is designed so that both those new to investigation as well as practitioners who are already conducting investigations will benefit and leave with valuable knowledge.

Topics covered in this session include:

  • Why unbiased, thorough investigations are critical 
  • Alberta legislative requirements
  • Foundations of successful investigations 
  • First Steps when a complaint is reported 
  • Preparing for an investigation 
  • The interview process 
  • Guide to effective interviewing 
  • Determining findings 
  • Successful Report writing 
  • Finalizing and closing the investigation

Here’s what one of our previous participant’s has to say:

“As a result of the training, we feel competent to provide legally defendable investigations for any type of workplace concern. ”

Our next session is on January 29, 2020 in Calgary at the CPHR Alberta offices at CPHR at
105 12 Avenue Southeast. For more information and to register, click the link below. We look forward to seeing you there!

Register Now! – Workplace Investigation Training January 29, 2020