Center for Workplace Performance
25 spots available
This course teaches students on investigation as the systematic collection of facts for the purpose of describing and explaining what occurred. In order to better conduct investigations, those attending this course will develop a comprehensive understanding of standards of conduct governing the proper collection of facts, practice critical skills associated with the systematic collection of facts, including interviewing and statement taking skills, and develop the ability to assess the credibility of collected facts in order to draw valid conclusions.
2022 Global Conference on IHRM
No conferences were found.
The Arbitration DVD
$99.00 – $500.00
“Labor Arbitration – The Suspension of Nurse Kevin” is a film produced by the School in conjunction with the National Academy of Arbitrators. Arbitration is a critical part of American employment relations. Instructors show students the nuances and subtleties of the arbitration process through observation. Reenactment is a valuable teaching tool for students unable to attend a hearing.