Legal Perspective: Conducting Executive Level Investigations
Featuring Denise Drake. Chair, National Labor & Employment Department at Polsinelli
Employee misconduct at any level is cause for concern, but senior executive misconduct is one of the biggest potential risks to any organization, putting individual and corporate reputations on the line. This remains a timely concern as New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is in the headlines facing allegations of sexual harassment. So, what are the best practices for investigations when the stakes are so high?
Join Polsinelli National Labor & Employment Chair Denise Drake and HR Acuity CEO Deb Muller as they discuss the proper protocol for conducting executive level investigations. Highlights will include:
- Best practices to prevent executives from becoming negative headline news
- Strategies for conducting thorough investigations from start to finish
- Proactive measures you can take to prepare and ensure executive compliance before an incident arises
Denise Drake is known for her creative and practical approach to employment law issues, as well as her sincere interest in helping employers improve their workplaces, proactively avoid litigation, and strategically defend lawsuits. She has significant experience defending companies in discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage & hour, and ERISA matters, including class actions, collective actions, multi-plaintiff, and multi-defendant lawsuits.
We hope you can join us at this webinar as this is a lively and informative session. This webinar is free, but seating is limited.
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