Handling Employment-related Internal Investigations

A Practice Note describing internal investigations of employee misconduct, including the types of workplace issues warranting an investigation, legal risks associated with conducting an investigation and best practices for conducting an investigation. This Note outlines the steps to be taken when conducting an internal investigation and post-interview activities. This Note addresses federal law.

Michael Droke, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, with Practical Law Labor & Employment


 

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