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BEO Solutions on Workplace Investigations

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Is legislative change about to invalidate your procedures?

Posted in: BEO Solutions on Workplace Investigations on 01/12/2015 Workplace investigators and PSA Licensing Arrangements - the story of the inclusion of workplace investigators in the licensing arrangements and the efforts to have them exempted. Most people, myself included, assumed when the Government set its cap at licensing private investigators those that wou...
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How Best to Record Different Kinds of Evidence

Posted in: BEO Solutions on Workplace Investigations on 16/02/2015 Bernadette Treanor writes: Introduction When an investigator reaches conclusions at the close of the investigation it should be clear what evidence formed the basis of those conclusions. It should also be clear that the investigator understood the difference between issues, facts and inferences. In...
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Is it yours - what is to be investigated?

Posted in: BEO Solutions on Workplace Investigations on 05/12/2014 Introduction An investigator must be clear on what they are investigating. Sounds obvious, but in fact many investigators are not at all clear what they are investigating. They begin their investigation hoping to collect all the information they can about the incident and possibly thinking that t...
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How the High Court Assesses the Credibility of Parties and Witnesses

Posted in: BEO Solutions on Workplace Investigations on 30/10/2014 Bernadette Treanor writes: Introduction In almost every workplace investigation there is a moment when the investigator will have to consider “who do I believe” and reach a conclusion. In bullying investigations for example, the complainant’s and the respondent’s versions of events may be diametric...