In our Future of Work report Herbert Smith Freehills predicted a rise in workplace activism, with employees across all sectors and geographies becoming more vocal in articulating their views. An inevitable by-product of such activism will be a rise in the number of employee complaints. For employers investigating such complaints, the task can seem daunting. Whether it's scoping the investigation and framing allegations correctly, gathering evidence and conducting interviews, or writing reports and making findings, investigations can quickly become complicated and require significant time and resources.
The Asia Employment Pensions and Incentives practice invites you to join a four-part series on managing workplace investigations. This series will help clients navigate the full life cycle of an investigation and will focus on the below episodes.
We hope you will be able to join us for one or more of the sessions depending on your areas of interest. To join, please register and save the calendar invite to your diary. The calendar invite includes your access link for the session.
Moderated by: Fatim Jumabhoy (Asia Head of Employment Pensions and Incentives)
Duration: 60 minutes per episode
Episode 1 – Scoping & Drafting
Date: 20 January 2021, 10.00am SG time
Speakers: Fatim Jumabhoy (Asia Head of Employment Pensions and Incentives)
Episode 3 – Gathering Evidence
Date: 23 February 2021, 1.00pm SG time
Speakers: Fatim Jumabhoy (Asia Head of Employment Pensions and Incentives), Peggy Chow (Senior Associate - Technology, Media and Telecommunications)
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