Webinar: Best Practices For Conducting Internal Investigations Of Employee Misconduct - 5/14/20 @10am ET
Webinar: Best Practices For Conducting Internal Investigations Of Employee Misconduct - 5/14/20 @10am ET

Webinar: Best Practices For Conducting Internal Investigations Of Employee Misconduct - 5/14/20 @10am ET

Employee misconduct is a top concern for many HR professionals. With more than 75,000 EEOC charges filed in 2018, employment litigation is the most popular type of lawsuit being filed in federal and state courts today. To avoid becoming a statistic you need to know and apply best practices for conducting internal investigations of alleged employee misconduct.
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Speaker: Peter Newman
Peter Newman is an experienced lawyer who practices in the areas of Employment Law and Litigation, Traditional Labor Law, Business Litigation, HR Consulting, Corporate Compliance, Risk Management, and Business Ethics. He is also an experienced workplace investigator and a well-received workplace trainer. In addition, Peter is an experienced mediator and arbitrator who collaborates with parties to resolve their civil disputes without the time, expense, and distraction of litigation.

Thursday, May 14, 2020
10am ET

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