Free Report - Investigations 101

From lewd behavior to careless conduct and gross misconduct, employers face many different complaints that require prompt and thorough investigations followed by appropriate corrective actions.

Because lack of expertise in conducting proper investigations could cost companies millions of dollars in potential legal fees, AHI's Employment Law Resource Center has released a new free report, "Investigations 101", which gives specific guidelines for handling both common and uncommon types of internal investigations including:

Sexual Harassment - Learn how to defend a company from sexual harassment claims by following our eight-step guide complete with sample questions.

Misconduct - Read up on 10 tips for fending off possible discrimination and harassment situations.

Background - Find out which records are crucial for deciding whether an employer is hiring a model employee or a potential convict.

Employers can download this free report (Note: Free Registration Is Required)

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