AWPTI Workplace Investigations

AWPTI Workplace Investigations

AWPTI Workplace Investigations – Complaints of misconduct including bullying, harassment and sexual harassment are becoming more common in Australian workplaces, does your HR or management team have the necessary skills to investigate complaints?  Failing to deal with complaints in a timely and professional manner is not only detrimental the parties involved and the workplace in general it can result in further complaints and legal action for a breach of your duty of care, this can be very expensive.

One of the most common difficulties encountered by HR departments, managers and business owners when conducting internal workplace investigations is that virtually everyone involved knows one another or are connected in some way in the business and at times will have competing agendas. This can lead to significant conflicts of interest and bias.

Engaging Australian Workplace Training and Investigation takes away that stress and the potential for any complaints of bias, allowing you concentrate on your core business responsibilities and commitments.

At AWPTI we can take the worry and stress out of dealing with complaints and ensure that all matters are fully investigated in a timely manner.

Australian Workplace Training & Investigation can provide workplace investigation services to suit your individual needs and all services are tailored to work within your budget. Please download our Service Statement that will provided you with full details of our services – AWPTI Service Statement 2019

Outsourcing a workplace investigation service enables you to concentrate on your business and to allow experienced and qualified investigators handle what we refer to as the ‘dark side of HR’.

We ensure that all our investigations and training programs are consistent with the requirements of the Fair Work Commission and relevant State Industrial Relations Commissions.

Typical area of workplace investigations

  • Complaints and grievances
  • Bullying
  • Harassment
  • Sexual harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Misconduct
  • Breach of policy or Code of Conduct
  • Inappropriate use of IT or other resources
  • Misuse of social media
  • Fraud or theft.