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The Investigation is Done. NOW WHAT?
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HR/Internal Investigators Track

Friday, October 23
4:15 - 5:15pm


The investigative report has been submitted. Now what? The end result/findings often leave the employer with another set of complex problems. Sometimes the complainant and respondent are both unhappy with the findings. Often witnesses are concerned, knowing they provided important information during an investigation. Whether the report substantiates misconduct or identifies other management issues, the employer now has to figure out how to respond in a way that complies with the mandate of implementing corrective and/or remedial measures and, simultaneously, heals the workplace. This session will address issues in the aftermath of the investigation, identify options of resolution and problem-solving, and discuss what role, if any, the investigator can have in this process. This session will be interactive and utilize case studies.


Speakers: Deborah Maddux, Van Dermyden Maddux Law Corporation 
and Mary Egan, Municipal Resource Group, LLC

 

Deborah Maddux

Deborah Maddux  

Deborah Maddux is a founding principal of Van Dermyden Maddux Law Corporation. Ms. Maddux is a licensed California attorney and a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). She specializes in employment law and human resources management.  Drawing upon her extensive background, which includes experience as a litigator, adviser to a State Commission, in-house counsel, and now owner and manager of her own firm, Ms. Maddux has provided employment law services throughout California for more than two decades.


Mary Egan

Mary Egan

Mary Egan, founding partner of Municipal Resource Group, is a licensed private investigator focused on providing transformational human resource services. Ms.Egan and her team help agencies resolve their most complex challenges, identify core problems and deficiencies, and implement solutions. She is certified as an expert witness concerning the adequacy of investigations and other HR matters. Her 30 years of management experience includes service to the cities of Sacramento and San Jose and partnership in full service HR consulting firms.


Approved for 1.0 hours HRCI general recertification credit..

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