Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr Executive Series
In-house attorneys, human resources professionals, and compliance officers are regularly called upon to investigate employee workplace complaints and allegations of corporate improprieties. This has significantly increased as a result of the #MeToo movement, which has empowered employees to speak out about their personal experiences with sexual harassment and other injustices they witness and experience in and around their professional environment. When is the duty to investigate triggered? Who should conduct the investigation? What makes an investigation effective? How will the investigation and its conclusions potentially be used during litigation?
Join attorneys from Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr’s Labor and Employment Practice for a half-day executive session addressing these and other difficult questions regarding internal investigations. The session will be held at the Firm's Chicago office at 161 North Clark Street, Chicacgo, Illinois. Jason Tremblay, Allison Feldstein and Nancy DePodesta will provide in-depth strategies for conducting investigations into employee complaints, while remaining mindful of employee privacy, confidentiality, and retaliation concerns.
Following the program, please join our presenters and fellow attendees for a cocktail and networking reception.