At times, complaints or internal problems will arise in the workplace, creating the need for an internal investigation. It’s not a matter of “if” but “when”.
Many HR, compliance and business professionals don’t receive targeted training on how to conduct a workplace investigation from start to finish.
Building a solid workplace investigation can prove valuable, as the information you may uncover can help build a case to protect your business’s reputation.
Arkus Investigators created a slideshow offering useful tips for conducting a successful workplace investigation should a workplace problem ever arise.
Doesn’t it make sense to get in front of a potential profit-shrinking problem sooner, rather than later?
You can view the slideshow below.
About the Author
Bob Arden has been a licensed private detective in Illinois for over 30 years with Arkus, Inc. He has provided investigative services to Fortune 500 companies, attorneys, insurance companies as well as private individuals. His experience and knowledge has led to successful results for the client.