“It’s not what you DON’T KNOW that kills you, it’s what
YOU KNOW FOR SURE that ain’t true.” – Mark Twain
WHEN IT’S TIME TO LEARN THE FACTS, LOOK TO US.
Whether or not you receive a written complaint, if you know that something is awry, you must check it out. Even if you don’t believe a specific complaint has merit, you must take reasonable steps to find out.
The best time to begin an objective investigation is as soon as you know, or reasonably should know, there may be a problem.
Three Sixty HR is an experienced, trained neutral third party. When we conduct an investigation, your employees see that you are taking a situation seriously. We thoughtfully and carefully figure out what’s going on and prepare a report that serves as the basis for your decision-making.
The situations that most often require investigation are:
- Unlawful Harassment/Sexual Harassment
- Unfair treatment, including unfair application of the disciplinary process or failure to accommodate a disability
- Wrongful termination
We have the skills and patience to get to the facts and we document all phases of our investigation. Three Sixty HR is licensed by the California Bureau of Security and Investigative Services.
We are members of the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI) and completed the 2012 AWI Training Institute for workplace investigators. We are committed to continuing education to hone our investigative skills.
Our methodical approach and careful analysis has led to an excellent track record.
Our steps in conducting HR workplace investigations include but are not limited to:
- Carefully defining the scope of the assignment
- Conducting and verifying in-depth interviews
- Reviewing and analyzing relevant documents, records, security tapes and logs
- Visiting physical locations
- Preparing a report supported by evidence
- Documenting the investigative process for future litigation
Every employer wants to believe they’ve got a good team they can trust. And in most cases, they have.
Unfortunately, even good people sometimes stray from company expectations. Here are some of the issues we were asked to investigate.