10 Trauma-Informed Techniques For Workplace Investigations
Law360 (June 7, 2021, 1:26 PM EDT) -- As corporations and other institutions continue to grapple with the lessons brought to light from the #MeToo movement and ongoing battles to eradicate systemic racism, internal investigations — and the practices used to conduct them — have emerged as a common flashpoint requiring urgent attention.
There are warning signs at the beginning of many institutional crises, and effectively run internal investigations can provide early opportunities to identify and potentially resolve problematic behavior or practices before they embed themselves into the workplace culture.
Against this difficult landscape, we have found success in integrating trauma-informed investigation techniques, particularly in cases involving power-based harms...
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