Conducting Workplace Investigations

Presented by IPMA-Canada

Conducting Workplace Investigations



AS HR Business Partners or managers/supervisors, we are called upon to conduct and / or lead investigations.

Learn what an investigation entails; the role of the HR professional, the role of supervisors/managers, and the role of senior leaders in the process. This workshop provides a logical four-phase process for conducting investigations as well as checklists within each phase to ensure everything necessary is addressed. This ranges from what is immediately required when a situation occurs or is reported, to planning the investigation, to conducting the investigation, and finally to the completion of the investigation report.

The objectives of the workshop are:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the complexity of conducting workplace investigations;
  • Identify the major components included in an investigation; and
  • Be able to manage the critical processes required at each stage of the investigation.

Throughout the 12 hour workshop there are individual as well as team exercises and activities that will develop and build upon the participants skills and abilities. Participants will leave the workshop with a variety of tools to assist in future investigations.

Completion of this workshop earns participants 5 points towards IPMA-CP and IPMA-ACP recertification.

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