Join us for a dinner meeting to discuss “Workplace Internal Investigations: A Novel Approach” with Max Dubroff
5:30 pm: Networking
6:00 pm: Dinner
6:30 pm: President's Welcome / Announcements / Sponsors
6:45 pm: Presentation
8:00 pm: Adjourment
Early Registrations no later than midnight on Friday, September 6
Non-Members & Guests: $50
Student Members: $15
Late Registrations or At The Door: $10 additional for all types
**Refunds only for cancellations received no later than Friday, September 6**
The truth must be found; otherwise, employee and management trust can wither and litigation risk can skyrocket. This dynamic, interactive, multi-media presentation illustrates the one-of-a-kind model by leveraging critical thinking and systems approach through an engaging case study. You will learn a proven phase-based process model, practical techniques, and critical insight to ensure effective and legally compliant investigations, inquiries and fact-finding.
The unique expertise and perspectives from this session will help you foresee and prevent common problems in the investigative process and documentation.
This presentation uses an all-new case to illustrate the phase-based process model that HR professionals can apply to investigations, inquiries and fact-finding. Along with the proven phase-based process model, you will learn practical techniques and critical insight to ensure effective and legally compliant investigations.
This event is approved for 1.25 SHRM and HRCI Credits.
- Comprehend and apply an investigative model to make the best decisions with a systems approach.
- Apply critical thinking to ensure objectivity, focus on key information and withstand scrutiny.
- Know and comprehend the best practices to apply during investigations.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Max’s HR experience includes teaching, consulting, business partner and director. He retired from the U.S. Air Force, having specialized in security, law enforcement, and anti-terrorism. His education includes a BS in Psychology and a Master's in HR. Most importantly, Max graduated from Mt Pleasant in ’85.
ABOUT THE SPONSOR
This event is brought to you by the Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau.