Join Shipman & Goodwin employment attorneys Zach Hummel and Keegan Drenosky for this complimentary CLE webinar outlining the steps employers should take to conduct legally sound workplace investigations arising from complaints involving discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, bullying, violence, whistleblowing, retaliation, fraud and other activities. The value of an effective workplace investigation can’t be overstated.  A thorough and well-constructed workplace investigation will give an employer the factual findings on which it may take appropriate action and help avoid employment law liability.  The presentation will explore the details of the essential components of a good investigation–from planning and then conducting the various aspects of the investigation, through finalizing and then implementing the results of the investigation.  This presentation will enable employers and in-house counsel to make informed decisions when handling routine or sensitive investigations.

When: May 29, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
Where: Webinar

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Photo of Zachary A. Hummel Zachary A. Hummel

Zachary Hummel focuses his practice in the areas of labor and employment law and has extensive experience advising clients in a wide variety of industries, including banking, finance, retail, health care, life sciences, hospitality, trucking, mining, manufacturing and service. He represents clients in…

Zachary Hummel focuses his practice in the areas of labor and employment law and has extensive experience advising clients in a wide variety of industries, including banking, finance, retail, health care, life sciences, hospitality, trucking, mining, manufacturing and service. He represents clients in federal and state courts and before administrative agencies in the full range of employment matters such as employment discrimination, wage and hour class and collective actions, illegal harassment (including sexual harassment), legally mandated leaves and retaliation. Zachary regularly advises clients on personnel issues that arise under these same topics in addition to disciplinary issues; hiring and termination; reductions in force; internal investigations; requests for accommodations; personnel policies, handbooks and manuals; and non-compete agreements.

Photo of Keegan Drenosky Keegan Drenosky

Keegan Drenosky practices in the area of labor and employment law and business litigation. She has represented employers in cases involving claims of discrimination and retaliation before the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and state and federal…

Keegan Drenosky practices in the area of labor and employment law and business litigation. She has represented employers in cases involving claims of discrimination and retaliation before the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and state and federal Court.