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The New Workplace – Remote investigations

There are many situations in which an employer may need to have a process for conducting an internal investigation.

This could arise, for example, if an employee feels they have been poorly treated, or they could wish to make a complaint about something another employee is alleged to have done, such as stealing, sexual harassment or bullying. The complaint could also be about alleged wrongdoing by the company – a so-called whistleblowing complaint. But under Covid, all of this has become even more complicated: and specifically, now some employers are finding they need to be able to conduct their investigation remotely.

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Janusz is a partner and heads the firm’s Business Crime and Compliance Practice. He manages complex business crime matters and internal investigations from a labour law perspective.

Janusz Tomczak
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