Workplace Investigations

12pm to 1pm AEDT, Wednesday 9 February 2022

Learn the right way to conduct an investigation here.

Presented by Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors

As we continue to operate in a COVID environment, businesses continually need to adapt how they operate and manage employees with virtual working, rostered schedules and different hours. Monitoring appropriate staff behaviour remains a key issue. 

If a workplace incident takes place, it's an employer's obligation to ensure a fair and appropriate investigation. Investigations that have not been undertaken properly could present significant liability and legal risk. 

Find out how to reduce your risk and ensure investigations are completed properly.

Luis Izzo

Luis Izzo

Managing Director - Sydney Workplace

Luis oversees ABLA's Sydney Workplace Relations practice and has over a decade’s experience practicing as a specialist employment and industrial relations lawyer acting for a broad range of employers across both the private and public sector.

Luis Izzo

Julian Arndt

Associate Director

Julian provides specialist employment and industrial relations advice and advocacy for employers. His particular expertise is in the Fair Work Act, the Fair Work Commission and in the owner driver jurisdiction of NSW. For over 10 years he has worked as an advisor to a broad range of businesses.

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