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Conducting Effective Investigations
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When: Friday, February 2, 2018
From 10 AM until 3:30 PM
Where: Hilton Grand Vacations - King's Land/HR Training Room
69-699 Waikoloa Beach Drive
Waikoloa, Hawaii  96738
United States
Contact: Leayne Trubell

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  The quality of an employer’s workplace investigations is often closely scrutinized.  In court cases and in union arbitrations, the investigation that led to a challenged employment decision is often a key issue, and the investigator who conducted the investigation becomes a critical witness.  Issues that may arise include the investigator’s qualifications, the timeliness and thoroughness of the investigation, the process by which the investigator makes credibility determinations, and the quality of the investigation report. Please join Sarah O. Wangof Marr Jones & Wang, to learn the basic principles of conducting an 
effective investigation, including identifying and interviewing witnesses, taking witness statements and gathering other supporting documents, making credibility determinations, and writing investigation reports.

During this session, attendees will have the opportunity to learn investigation best practices and apply them during a mock investigation, including interviewing witnesses and making decisions about how the investigation should be conducted. 

Date: February 2nd – Friday
Time: 10- 3:30
Location: Hilton Grand Vacations – King’s Land / HR Training Rm

SHRM Hawaii Member - $50
Non-SHRM Hawaii Member - $75
Lunch included

SHRM recertification units pending


Sarah O. Wang is a partner with Marr Jones & Wang, where she represents employers in a wide range of employment matters, including discrimination and harassment cases, wrongful termination claims, and arbitrations under collective bargaining agreements.  Ms. Wang also devotes a substantial amount of her practice to providing training and guidance for employers to assist them in managing personnel issues and in complying with various employment laws. 

Ms. Wang received her B.A. degree, summa cum laude, from Whitman College and her J.D. degree from the University of Virginia School of Law.  She has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America, in the area of labor and employment law, since the 2007 edition and she has been listed in the Chambers USA directory, America’s Leading Lawyers for Business (in the labor and employment listing), since 2004. 

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