Don't leave any HR investigation up to chance. Have your investigators ask the right people the right questions with standardized templates.
Make sure all parties are informed at every step of the process by documenting and maintaining complete records of all communications.
Protect your investigator and the organization against retaliation by maintaining compliant best practices and managing handoffs between investigators and decision-makers.
Guide investigators through every step with best practices for consistently better outcomes.
See it for yourself. Let our demo team show you the path to better investigations with more consistent outcomes.
"When I was introduced to HR Acuity, I was completely blown away by its capabilities. I realized it was head and shoulders above any other solution because it was supported by an organization that lives and breathes ER – it’s an ER solution that’s built by ER professionals for ER professionals, so it’s definitely best in show."
"The analytics capability in the HR Acuity platform is strong, and I can get the exact data that I need quickly. I can easily discover trends and metrics that help the organization to be more proactive and get ahead of issues. I can see areas of concern and then make decisions on how we will handle them, whether through more training, further enrichment or development, or coaching that’s needed."
"HR Acuity has everything we need to handle employee issues consistently, confidently and compliantly."
Maybe you’re new to HR investigations…let’s cover some basics.
Short answer? They investigate. Investigators receive the allegations, question individuals, assess the situation once they have all the data, document the entire process and then take appropriate action to ensure a proper and just outcome.
When any allegation or issue raised from any employee is deemed to be credible regarding abuse, harassment or a critical lapse in professional judgment.
Everyday issues can often be resolved in 1-3 business days. However, various factors can prolong investigations including the severity and complexity of the issue, how many people are involved, their availability for interviews, and level of cooperation.