In March 2019, a former employee was awarded $1.7 million after his employer terminated him, alleging he had committed fraud. The employer couldn’t prove the allegations and the countersuit they’d filed against the former employee was a form of intimidation, according to the court.
Having a strong employee misconduct investigation process protects your organization as well as your employees. If you suspect an employee has committed misconduct, make sure your investigation is timely, well-documented and consistent across your organization.
Download this free employee misconduct investigation guide to ensure you don’t miss any important steps in the process.