Susan Brecher is the Director of HR Dispute Management and Resolution Certificate and Curriculum/Training Design at the Cornell ILR School’s Scheinman Institute. She is an employment practices attorney and expert in training and curriculum design for both online and classroom-based workshops. She has served as Director of Statewide Management Programs and provided oversight of EEO, Labor Relations, Human Resources, and Management Development programs. Susan has partnered with over 100 private, public, and non-profit organizations to develop and present customized training programs. She has a law degree from Case Western Reserve University.
Internal employee investigations are complex and require a step-by-step process. Following a proven process helps organizations ensure that a fair and thorough method is being used for determining whether there have been serious policy violations.
In this course, you will focus on the role and competencies required of internal investigators, be introduced to the components of the internal investigations process, and explore topics that impact the entire process. You will also have the opportunity to identify specific knowledge, skills, and insights you would like to transfer and apply to your role as an investigator.
It is recommended to only take this course if you have completed Conducting Effective Employee Relations Conversations or have equivalent experience.
- Examine core concepts related to internal investigations
- Explore the role of the investigator throughout the investigations process
- Identify competencies that apply to the internal investigations process
- Examine the components of the internal investigations process
How It Works
Who Should Enroll
- HR professionals
- Employee relations managers
- Generalists seeking to move into a specialized role