Schedule & Details
Appropriate and accurate documentation is critical to successful internal investigations.
In this course, you will learn methods for capturing key information; maintaining documentation; and writing fair, neutral, and effective reports. You'll practice taking notes, developing documentation, avoiding advocacy language, addressing comparators/credibility, and writing sound conclusions. Considerations include ethical issues and attorney/client privilege. You'll leave the course with a report template that will uphold findings and withstand heightened scrutiny.
Prerequisite: CO335 Advanced Internal Investigations Process
Key Course Takeaways
- Practice effectively taking and reviewing notes
- Analyze interviews and evidence to present in the report
- Address appropriate policies and employment and EEO law
- Practice writing the executive summary, allegations, and factual findings in a report
- Engage with techniques for avoiding advocacy language and addressing credibility when writing reports
Who Should Enroll
- Entry-level to senior HR professionals
- Global HR managers
- Employee relations managers
- Generalists seeking to move into a specialized role
- EEO, compliance, and security professional conducting internal employee-related investigations
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