Investigating Employee Misconduct
Online Seminar Video and Certificate Program
Watch Sample Video on “Deception Spotting Myths”
Over the past 10 years, scientific researchers have found that many common beliefs about how to effectively interview witnesses and determine truthfulness are incorrect. At the same time, courts have found companies liable for using ineffective or scientifically unproven investigative techniques in workplace investigations. In this 5.5 hour online seminar video, you will learn:
- How to interview witnesses using lawful and scientifically validated techniques
- How to apply research-based methods for detecting signs of deception and truthfulness
- The legal requirements for workplace investigations
- A 6-step process for writing clear and concise investigative reports
You will be able to email questions about the seminar content to the presenter, Michael Johnson, who will reply within 2 business days.
Presenter: Former U.S. Department of Justice lawyer Michael Johnson presents the seminar. Michael, a graduate of Harvard Law School, has provided investigations training to organizations around the world, including Google, the United Nations, and the World Bank.
Testimonials: Thousands of past attendees have rated this seminar 4.8 on a 5.0 scale and described the content as “eye-opening,” “engaging,” and “riveting.” This investigations training has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and New Yorker magazine.
Optional Certification Exam: After the watching the online seminar video, you will have the option to take an online certification exam.
Logistics: Once you register, you will be immediately emailed access to the online seminar video, written materials, and optional certification exam. You can complete the seminar videos and exam at your convenience on your computer, tablet or smartphone. You don’t need to complete the entire course in one sitting. You will be able to easily fast forward and rewind through the online videos as necessary.
Learn More: Click on each tab on the top left of the page to learn more about the online investigations seminar video and certificate exam.
In-House Training: Do you have more than 10 people who need to receive investigations training? Join organizations such as Google, FedEx, the EEOC, and the World Bank and provide client-specific investigations training either on-site or using webcast technology. To learn more about client-specific investigations training for your organization, please call or contact us.