When conducting corporate investigative interviews, an interview subject sometimes makes requests that require the investigator to choose between privacy and information accessibility. The subject may request that a third party be present, or that transcripts or other documents related to the interview be shared. Whether these requests are acceptable may depend on the circumstances and the answer isn’t always clear.
On December 11th at 2pm ET, join Timothy Dimoff, security expert and president of SACS Consulting, as he discusses the line investigators tread when deciding whether to share investigation information with subjects and their designates.
The webinar will cover:
- Common requests made by interview subjects
- Challenges posed by the sharing of investigation information
- Reasons why investigators should deny requests for third parties to attend interviews
- Circumstances when allowing third parties to attend interview is advisable
- Obligations and consequences of union representation in interviews
- Who can and should receive copies of personnel files related to an investigation