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How to Survive (and Thrive) doing 10,000 Investigations a Year: Triage, Scope and Response for the I
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Friday, November 4
3:00 - 4:00pm


In a high volume environment, everyone reporting a concern expects an immediate, thorough response.  Deciding what can be handled quickly with a review of policy and procedure versus what needs a full scale investigation is the first step in increasing efficiency and productivity.  Early case assessment is critical and with this seminar you will learn how to triage incoming cases, getting the best results for the business and managing investigator work flow.

Speaker: Abbe Feitelberg


Abbe Feitelberg

Abbe Feitelberg

Abbe Feitelberg brings over 10 years of litigation and investigations experience in both the public and private sector to her current role as a Teammate Relations Manager with DaVita. Abbe has successfully litigated labor and employment matters at both the state and federal level, invaluable experience to her current role focusing on internal investigations at the executive level.