Workplace investigation interviews are challenging. Investigators encounter a wide variety of interview subjects, each with a unique position and requiring a specific strategy.
How an investigator handles a complainant, alleged wrongdoer and witness might vary with the circumstances, but the basics of good interviewing will always apply.
Watch as Bill Nolan, Managing Partner of Barnes & Thornburg LLP’s Ohio office and author of the popular blog series: The Witness Files, outlines strategies for handling some of the most challenging interview subjects in workplace investigations.
- The parting shot complainant
- The counseled complainant
- The high-risk harasser
- The squeamish supervisor
- The clueless, yet compliant, accused