Top Ten Investigation Tips
November 17, 2017
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
It isn’t a question of IF, but rather a question of WHEN. No organization, regardless of size, location, policies and training programs, is immune from allegations of misconduct, sexual harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, policy violations and other employee disputes.
How you address those allegations can be the difference between fair and appropriate remediation… or a front-page headline! Participants will discover the top ten investigation dos and don’ts and learn how to implement a practical approach to conducting investigations that lead to successful resolutions.
- Understand the importance of appropriately timing the investigation and having a plan
- Learn how to manage confidential information and distinguish between differing accounts
- Implement specific steps to result in a successful resolution
About the Speaker
Deborah J. Muller
CEO & Founder
HR Acuity™ LLC
Deborah J. Muller is the CEO of HR Acuity, a technology firm specializing in human resources applications like the HR Acuity On Demand family of applications. Muller brings more than 25 years of human resources and investigation experience to both the consulting practice and software development sides of the company.
Prior to founding HR Acuity, Muller held executive HR in numerous Fortune 500 companies, including Honeywell, Citibank and Marsh & McLennan, where she developed a seasoned approach to workplace conduct, performance management and employee interactions.
Muller has led fact-finding cases involving a wide range of complex investigations, including sexual harassment, discrimination and inappropriate use of company funds. She drove the successful resolution of many litigation-bound situations and preserved the dignity of those investigated.
Muller earned her bachelors of science degree from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations and a masters of arts degree from the University of Maryland. Additionally, she has completed training on The Reid Technique of Interviewing & Interrogation and is listed on the Cornell University Institute for Conflict Resolution’s Roster of Neutral Fact-Finders. Muller is also certified as a Six Sigma Green Belt.
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