Workplace Investigation Training Module I – Atlanta, Friday, September 28th

One Mediation provides Human Resources professionals, in-house counsel and risk managers with engaging, active training on conducting an internal, workplace misconduct investigation.

Module I provides a strong foundation on the role of an investigation in resolving concerns, along with specific activities geared towards interviewing witnesses professionally and competently.  Module II is a practicum for attendees to work through the components of a workplace investigation, through to a mock deposition, with immediate feedback from Labor & Employment litigators.   Registrants may choose to attend only Module I; though completion of Module I is a pre-requisite to registering for Module II.  The agendas for Module I and for Module II are available.

Credits through HRCI are available.

Module I is offered in Buckhead on September 28, 2012, starting at 9:00 a.m. and ending at 4:45 p.m. Early Bird Registration ($295) closes August 30, 2012. Regular tuition: $395.00.
Module II Practicum is offered on a Friday/Saturday format. In 2012, it is offered two times: June 22-23 and again October 5-6. Regular tuition: $995.00 (Early Bird: $825).
Registration for both Module I and the Module II Practicum is $1,300 (Early Bird $1,100).
Faculty include Lorene Schaefer, Esq. and Jennifer Keaton, Esq.  These attorneys and workplace investigators have significant Labor and Employment litigation experience regarding EEOC Charges, Sarbanes-Oxley Charges, tort claims, and internal grievances that involve concerns of harassment, discrimination, bullying, poor leadership/supervision, and whistleblower and retaliation concerns. They put their litigation and investigation experience to work with these active-learning seminars.
Call One Mediation for more information (404-720-0599) or visit them online.

One Response to Workplace Investigation Training Module I – Atlanta, Friday, September 28th

  1. Anna May says:

    I hope this event went well – i have only just seen this article. I hope more people are aware of workplace training and in particular the topic of medation from the event.

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