Clear and precise allegations form the foundation for an effective and procedurally fair workplace investigation.
This workshop delivered in partnership with Grange Advisory is focused on the investigation framework and process once a decision has been made that a complaint or workplace matter ought to be formally investigated.
Obtaining sufficiently detailed information from a complainant can ensure that allegations presented to a respondent are procedurally fair and specific to enable them to respond. Preparing allegations appropriately will set up the investigation in a way that will likely result in more precise and robust findings while also contributing to the investigation being procedurally fair.
In this workshop participants will work through practical examples to draft allegations effectively while identifying potential challenges.
- What a procedurally fair allegation looks like
- How to interview a complainant when drafting allegations
- Drafting Allegations with reporting in mind
- Tips and Traps when drafting allegations
Participants will understand what a procedurally fair allegation is and be able to develop and draft allegations from workplace complaints, setting up a procedurally fair workplace investigation.
Who should attend?
– HR/ER Professionals
– Workplace investigators
Would you like to become a Workplace Investigations Specialist?
This workshop can be completed as part of our AHEIA Workplace Investigations Specialist Accreditation.
Are you looking for other Industrial Relations workshops?
You may be interested in the following AHEIA training programs:
Alexandra Boudrie - Managing Partner - Grange Advisory
Prior to forming Grange Advisory, Alexandra worked as a lawyer with a boutique employment law firm. Alexandra has also worked in both employee relations and HR legal roles with global financial institution ANZ Banking Group, and as a lawyer with top-tier law firm Ashurst. Read more about Alexandra here
Suzy Mallett - Senior Investigator & Consultant - Grange Advisory
Prior to joining Grange Advisory Suzy worked as a Lawyer and Manager at one of Australia’s largest plaintiff law firms. After admission to legal practice in 2005, Suzy worked within several compensation law practices and on personal injury class actions. Read more about Suzy here