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They did what? Conducting effective workplace investigations

Brett Holubeck (bholubeck@fisherphillips.com) is an Associate at Fisher & Phillips LLP in Houston, TX.

Workplace investigations can often be a business’s and supervisor’s worst nightmare. A formal workplace complaint from a government agency that needs investigation can cause many supervisors, compliance professionals, and human resources professionals to panic. No one wants to be in this position. Fortunately, there are a number of things that can be done before an investigation, during an investigation, and after an investigation to minimize the risk to the company even when you first discover the allegations of a discrimination charge from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

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