Webinar replay: Workplace Relations - Common issues when investigating workplace complaints - 27 October 2020

Webinar Replay


If you would like a PDF copy of the presentation slides used in this webinar, please contact Anthony Massaro or Meena Iskandar.

Managing complaints by employees – whether about bullying, discrimination, sexual harassment or something else – is now an everyday part of life for management.

Investigating complaints can be very tricky, regardless of the number of complaints you have dealt with or the size of your HR team. Every complaint turns on its facts, and the circumstances that led to it being made, and managers need to know how to adapt accordingly.

A poor process, or bad outcomes, can result in significant delays and costs for employers, as well as significant stress for the employees involved. It also often leads to proceedings in the Fair Work Commission.

In this live webinar, Anthony Massaro, Principal, and Meena Iskandar, Associate in the Workplace Relations, Employment and Safety team will covered:

  • When an investigation is appropriate;
  • How to manage an investigation; and
  • The common problems we see in investigations (and how to avoid them).

How we can help

For more information on anything covered in this webinar please contact Anthony MassaroMeena Iskandar or a member of our Workplace Relations, Employment and Safety team.

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