Do you know when and how to conduct workplace investigations? Is it necessary to investigate all complaints of harassment?
My guest this week is Alana Williams. Alana is a workplace investigator and performs workplace investigations for companies- but she has a personal story to tell about how she became an investigator. Alana is a former law enforcement agent and previously experienced harassment in the workplace. She has taken her knowledge in the field and education in criminal justice and teaches at police academies across the US. She is also a certified Equal Employment Opportunity Investigator.
In this episode, we discuss:
If you enjoyed this episode, follow me on social media, leave a review and share with a colleague!
Connect with Karly Wannos
Follow Karly on Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin
Join our Private Facebook Community for HR and Businesses
Visit The Wannos Law Firm, P.A.
LETS WORK TOGETHER: Have questions? Florida businesses with employees can schedule a consultation here.
HR CONTRACTS: Do't have the time or budget to consult one-on-one? Check out my Employment Law Training for HR and customizable Legal Contract Templates for businesses. To schedule a FREE 10 minute consultation to discuss if the Trainings or Templates are right for your team, click here.
Karly Wannos Media Kit. Get it Here.
Sign up for my weekly Newsletter on employment law and management topics here.
ONLINE COURSES FOR HR, MANAGERS AND BUSINESSES
ADA: The Complete Course: learn everything you need to know about the Americans with Disabilities Act, to ensure you comply with the law! Check it out here.
Sexual Harassment Course for Managers. More Info Here.
Basic overview of Federal Employment Laws for Managers. More Info Here.
Step-By-Step Guide to Investigating a Sexual Harassment Complaint: Download here.
The Employer's Termination Checklist: A Guide to Terminating an At Will Employee and Avoiding Retaliation Claims. Download Here.
Rate, Review & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: Please consider rating and reviewing the show. This helps me reach more businesses and provide best practices on issues affecting the workplace.
For informational purposes only. This information does not constitute an attorney client relationship and is not legal advise. Consult with an employment lawyer in your jurisdiction before making any important business decisions.