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Watch Angela Reddock-Wright employment attorney, workplace investigator, mediator and arbitrator, as she outlines the elements of effective investigation report writing.


Includes:
  • What information should and should not be included in an investigation report
  • Formats to use for investigation reports
  • Language to use in an investigation report
  • Why attention to detail is so important
  • Tying together the facts and evidence in your final investigation report
  • The importance of proofreading
  • The role of opinion in an investigation report

Questions?

If you have any questions or comments regarding the webinar, please contact:

Josh Carter: jcarter@i-sight.com
Angela Reddock-Wright: angela@reddocklaw.com

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Angela Reddock-Wright
Angela Reddock-Wright

Employment & Labor Law Attorney, Mediator and HR Consultant

Angela J. Reddock-Wright is the Founder and Managing Partner of The Reddock Law Group, a boutique employment and labor law firm providing advice and counsel to Fortune 500 companies, mid and small-sized businesses, non-profit organizations and governmental and public sector entities.
Reddock is a recognized authority on employment and labor law and workplace issues as well as an author and legal commentator.

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