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Tackling Workplace Investigations

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Tackling Workplace Investigations
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788740301083
Number of pages: 51

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If you carry out a poor investigation, it's likely that the result of the discipline process will be equally poor – and that can lead to employment tribunal claims. When problems arise, employers must investigate and determine, as far as is reasonably possible, what really happened. This book shows you how to get it right.

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