Bullying and Harassment Investigations - Key Steps in the ProcessPosted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 29 November 2010
The steps required to complete an investigation in the workplace are complicated and must be carried out correctly. We asked Ailbhe Dennehy to examine the key points that you should know.
There are a number of procedures that employers must adhere to in the context of disciplinary investigations, grievance meetings, and, of course, investigations into complaints of bullying and harassment. What commences as a disciplinary investigation into, for example, matters of underperformance or misconduct, can give rise to grievances and allegations of bullying and/or harassment arising,
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