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Workplace Investigations: Best Practices for Getting to the Truth
Workplace Investigations often get a bad rap. Admittedly, they can be viewed as a terrible part of the job, whether you are in HR, management or an executive role. However, they can also be a very satisfying aspect – you got to the truth and had a satisfactory result.
Workplace Investigations are just one piece of the pie. Overall, an investigation is connected back to culture, training, and how work gets done in your organization – something in one of those aspects can be the primary driver for a complaint. In this session, we will review workplace investigation best practices and also cover how to ensure you are culturally positioned for a successful investigation.
- Foundations for creating an environment and culture for successful investigations.
- What managers need to know with managing a complaint and an investigation.
- Best practices for a successful investigation, including remote investigation tips.
- What needs to happen after the investigation.
About the Speaker
Owner & Coach, Wireback Consulting LLC
Leslie Wireback is an experienced human resources professional who has partnered with executive leadership to create and enhance cultures that advance business and engage employees. Her honest and caring approach creates authentic connections with individuals. These relationships enable her to get to the core of any issues or concerns and leverage her business and HR experience to propel success. With over 20 years working in human resources, she is well versed in the challenges of balancing employee relations and managing business needs and expectations. Leslie has a passion of helping connect people with their purpose to achieve happiness. She facilitates that through HR Consulting Services and Professional Coaching. She specializes in partnering with HR staff to enable their success individually and collectively within the organization that they work.
She is actively engaged as a volunteer with the Lancaster Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), where she currently serves as President and is a member of the Communications Committee. Additionally, she participates in the Career Ready Lancaster! coalition. Leslie was awarded the 2019 HR Person of the Year by Lancaster SHRM.
Leslie holds a BS in Business Administration and Master of Business Administration from Millersville University. She is currently a coach in training in the Newfield Network’s Coaching Certification program.