Introduction to Workplace Investigations

Meet Jodie Fox, Director Worklogic and hear about the AHEIA and Worklogic partnership programs.


For those who need to know what is involved in conducting an effective workplace investigation, this workshop delivered in partnership with Worklogic provides an overview of the process, key steps and its key principles, including the importance of natural justice and procedural fairness.


Topics covered:
  • What are the goals of a workplace investigation?
  • Hallmarks of a good process: Natural justice and procedural fairness
  • The importance of scope: From complaint to allegations
  • Managing participants
  • Collecting and assessing evidence
  • What makes the ‘findings of fact’ reliable?
  • Common procedural issues
  • The essentials of a good investigation report


Learning Outcomes

Participants will understand the importance of procedural fairness in a workplace investigation and the process and roles in conducting a workplace investigation. They will learn what to look for to ensure that an investigation is proceeding as it should and when and how to intervene if the investigation is off track.


Who should attend?

Recommended for university staff who are responsible for appointing and instructing external and internal investigators, including:

  • HR professionals
  • Managers
  • Compliance officers

If you want to learn how to conduct an investigation yourself, you should attend our advanced program ‘Conducting Effective Workplace Investigations’.



This workshop will be facilitated by one of Worklogic’s experienced facilitators. Link to bios.