Workplace Investigations for Educational Institutions Conducting Thorough & Defensible Investigations to Protect Your Organization (EDU640N)

Presented By: Susan Torgerson
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Event Details
  • Pre-recorded Audio Conference
  • 60 minutes
  • Tue, June 24, 2014
Event Description

Protect Your Organization from Litigation with Rock-Solid Investigations

When facing a legal challenge, it is critical that educational institutions be able to show that they took immediate and appropriate action upon learning of a potential problem and this evidence must be able to stand up in court.

Your policies, processes, and documentation surrounding investigations of potential wrongdoing must be rock-solid in order to hold up in court.

Join us for this one-hour webinar to learn the key elements every investigation should include as well as the procedures you and your staff should follow to protect both victims and perpetrators during the process and ensure that you have a rock-solid defense.

Susan Torgerson will reveal both when and how you should conduct an investigation.  During this informative session, she will walk you through an investigation scenario.  Plus, you’ll get a sample investigative report to use as a basis for your own.

Session Highlights:

  • How to identify an issue which requires investigation
  • What level/scope of investigation is needed
  • Who is best suited and qualified to do the investigation and testify about it later, if necessary
  • What are the warnings/notices that your investigation witnesses and subjects need to receive
  • How to form the “investigative questions” in order to properly focus the activities of the investigator
  • How the investigative results should be phrased and formatted
  • How, if at all, investigation results should be shared with the complainant, the subject, the administration, agencies and the authorities
  • How investigative data should be classified, stored and shared in the future
  • A checklist for planning the investigation will be shared
  • How to ask appropriate questions
  • How to seek out important documentation

This webinar is a must for:

  • Human rights officers
  • HR managers
  • Any educational administrator who supervises and trains employees
  • Agency investigators
  • Agency decision makers who may rely on educational institution
  • investigative reports
  • Attorneys or consults who conduct workplace investigations

 

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About Our Speaker(s)

Susan Torgerson
Susan Torgerson is an experienced education, employment and labor law attorney. Her practice includes general school district matters with a concentration in student matters, special education and disability law litigation. She frequently lectures on topics in the areas of student rights, preventing liability, sexual h... More info