Do you have what it takes to conduct a workplace investigation?
Conducting interviews into serious workplace issues such as bullying and sexual harassment can be a difficult and sometimes daunting task.
Now there is a comprehensive guide to steer HR professionals and special investigators through this challenging process.
Investigative Interviewing: A Guide for Workplace Investigators provides an outline of the rules, theory and practice on workplace investigative interviewing.
Compiled by professional investigator Harriet Stacey and Industrial Relations legal expert Alison Page, the new book covers common pitfalls and gives best practice tips and practical skills to conduct investigative interviews with complainants and respondents in the workplace.
The book covers all aspects of workplace interviewing techniques including PEACE, Cognitive Interviewing techniques and interviewing respondents – with useful planning tools and tips on how to ask questions.
It is a must for investigators, HR professionals, business managers, psychologists and lawyers.
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