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Recent Articles by Rachel Ablin, Esq.
In the past, we have discussed why open-ended questions help us conduct more effective investigations when there are allegations of discrimination or harassment. To ensure the investigation is as thorough as possible, you’ll also need to focus on asking specifics – from the complainant about her allegations, from all witnesses involved, and from the subject of the investigation itself.
Over the last year, the Covid-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the way workplaces operate. Consequently, the way workplace investigations are conducted has changed as well with many being conducted virtually. As an investigator, this means that you may need to change some of your tactics and strategies when conducting a virtual workplace investigation. The following virtual investigation checklist may help.
If you investigate workplace complaints, you are bound to encounter a “he said/she said” case where you must focus on assessing credibility.