Investigating Misconduct – Don’t Derail the Process: Know When to Hire an External Investigator

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Your company has received a complaint involving employee misconduct, or misconduct by a third party who has contracted with the company or is on the premises. By law, the complaint requires an investigation. What steps are you going to take to ensure the investigation is objective, unbiased, and balanced?

While cost may be a consideration, ensuring that the organization minimizes risk while maximizing objectivity is crucial. These guidelines will help you to identify the right investigator for your situation.

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