Investigations: The Best Practice Guide
Categories: Managing Resources
Service available in: Otago, Southland
Description
Designed for Human resources practitioner, managers, supervisors and those who are involved in carrying out investigations into misconduct, bullying and harassment, public complaints and health and safety. Learning outcomes - Understanding legal obligations and relevant documents - Underst more
Designed for
Human resources practitioner, managers, supervisors and those who are involved in carrying out investigations into misconduct, bullying and harassment, public complaints and health and safety.


Learning outcomes
- Understanding legal obligations and relevant documents
- Understanding the stages of an investigation
- The role of an investigator
- Planning and preparing to investigate
- Evidence gathering and interview skills
- Analysis and report writing


Learning content
- Legal considerations – good faith, justification test, rights of natural justice, protected disclosures
- Standards of proof and reasons for investigating
- Evidence – types, weight and credibility
- Relevant policies and procedures
- Stages of an investigation
- Planning and preparation
- Interviewing techniques and principles
- Analysis of evidence
- Note taking and privacy
- Writing investigation reports
- Common mistakes


Duration
One day, 9.00am - 4.00pm


Facilitator - Jan Samuel from Dunedin
Jan has worked in human resource roles for over 20 years in the UK and for the last 15 years in New Zealand in Tertiary Education, Central Government, Health, and Not for Profit Sectors.
Jan enjoys working with employers to resolve some of the most challenging human resource issues.


Investment
$ 600.00 + GST for members
$ 725.00 + GST for non members

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Contact: Mandy de Leeuw
Email: mandy@osea.org.nz
Phone: Freephone 0508 656 757 | DDI 03 456 1806
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