Whether it's a claim of harassment, discrimination, a disciplinary issue, or loss prevention, you must take prompt action.
Conducting an effective investigation is the first step. The way you handle the investigation will have a significant impact on employee morale, and your legal liability.
Whether you're a manager, a small business owner, or an HR/LR professional, this program will provide you with the skills needed to effectively conduct workplace investigations.
In addition to the program manual, you will receive worksheets and templates to facilitate your use of concepts learned during the program. Through simulations and case studies, you’ll be able to hone your internal investigation skills and enhance your confidence and comfort with the process of conducting a workplace investigation.
Learn the 4 steps to EFFECTIVE WORKPLACE INVESTIGATIONS
If you are interested in either of the options above, please contact Carrie Mejorado, Program Coordinator, via email at email@example.com to register and save.
|Tina M. Riley, PhD, is an Associate Professor and Associate Director of the School of Human Resources and Labor Relations at Michigan State University (MSU). She is the Director of the School's Human Resource Executive Education program and holds a PhD in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education as well as a Master of Arts in Labor Relations and Human Resources from MSU. Dr. Riley is a results-based educator and executive coach with expertise helping individual leaders and organizations, achieve their full potential through high-impact communications that build trust and promote inclusion and engagement.
She adopts an engaging and holistic approach to teaching that facilitates learners' ability to move from theory to practice. Her teaching style makes complex concepts accessible to graduate students and seasoned professionals alike. Dr. Riley teaches academic and professional development classes on a variety of HR and leadership topics including communications, leadership development, managing change, diversity and inclusion, conducting workplace investigations, and HR's role in cybersecurity.
Program may be taught by one or more instructors.
|Registration:||12:30pm - 1:00pm|
|Program time:||1:00pm - 5:00pm|
April 16, 2019
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|East Lansing, Michigan|
MSU reserves the right to cancel programs when enrollment criteria are not met or for conditions beyond its control. Any additional costs incurred by the enrollee of cancelled programs are the responsibility of the enrollee.
Accommodations for people with disabilities or special dietary needs may be requested by calling SHRLR Executive Education at (517) 355-9592. We will do all we can to accommodate you. It would be especially helpful if you would contact us at least three weeks before the program.