HR Toolkit Series Part 1: After the Investigation - Effectively Addressing the Impact of Harassment Investigations in the Workplace

March 19, 2019
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST

Location

Webinar

Participant(s)

Please join attorneys from Holland & Knight's Labor, Employment and Benefits Group as they kick off their six-part HR Toolkit Series.

In "Part 1: After the Investigation: Effectively Addressing the Impact of Harassment Investigations in the Workplace," Partner Kara Ariail and Associate Juliana Nwafor will identify common workplace challenges that arise in the wake of a harassment investigation and provide practical guidance on managing risk and minimizing future complaints.

Topics include:

  • effective implementation and follow-through on corrective actions and institutional changes warranted by investigation findings
  • promoting workplace productivity and rebuilding employee trust after wide-reaching investigations and/or egregious findings
  • addressing the performance issues of an employee who initiated or participated in a harassment investigation
  • self-auditing employment policies and practices to prevent future complaints

Mark your calendar for upcoming presentations in our 2019 HR Toolkit Series.


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