Conducting international workplace investigations

Employers now manage their people in the context of hybrid and remote working arrangements, increasing government regulation, 24/7 attention from social media and new cultural movements. The pandemic has accelerated these trends and they create opportunities for businesses, but also potential legal, financial and reputational risks.

In this environment, robust procedures are needed for handling workplace investigations when difficult issues arise. The approach taken will need to reflect certain key elements whilst being sensitive to local practices and specific circumstances.

Bird & Bird’s International HR Services team have produced a guide that provides an overview of the main considerations when conducting an investigation across Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.

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