Employment Disputes: Managing Adversity in the Workplace – Part 1: Conducting Successful Workplace Investigations

25 April 2019


Bird & Bird
4/F Three Pacific Place
1 Queen's Road East
Hong Kong

A properly conducted workplace investigation is essential to mitigate the risk of reputational harm or a legal claim against an employing organisation. A full and fair investigation process signals to employees that management treats complaints seriously, which helps to build trust and increase employee retention. In this session, we will be sharing best practices for investigating employee misconduct, walking you step-by-step through the full process from reviewing the complaint to preparing the investigation report.

We hope you can join us for the first session in this 4-Part Series.

Parts 2 to 4, on dates to be advised, will cover the following topics:
  • Part 2: Out-of-Court Solutions: How to Settle Workplace Disputes Without a Trial
  • Part 3: When Negotiations Fail: An Overview of Employment and EO Litigation
  • Part 4: The Threat From Within: Protecting Your Business In Hong Kong

We have applied to the Law Society for CPD accreditation.

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The programme

08:00 - 08:30  Registration and refreshments

08:30 - 09:30  Presentation

Diana Purdy (Consultant, Hong Kong)

Sarah Blennerhassett (Associate, Hong Kong)