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Investigating Employee Conduct

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Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2008-2021
Service #: 13514714
Sub #: 13514713
Publication Frequency: Updated three times yearly
Update format: Replacement pages

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Investigating Employee Conduct

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The underlying theme of Investigating Employee Conduct is balancing respect for the personal dignity of an employee with the employer’s need to investigate employee conduct. This treatise offers current, extensive guidance in using various worker investigation methods, including:

  • Searches
  • Eavesdropping
  • Medical exams
  • Credit reports
  • Interviews
  • Arrest and conviction records
  • Biometrics
  • Fingerprints
  • Surveillance
  • Wiretaps

It also deals with workers’ rights, the relevant state and local laws protecting those rights, the various causes of action, and new and changing areas of law, including discrimination laws, labor laws, privacy statutes, common-law torts, arbitration guidelines, and sample pleadings.

You’ll also find sample policies, contracts, applications, and letters requesting reasons for discharge.

 

Features

  • Includes sample policies, contracts, applications, pleadings, checklists, and letters requesting reasons for discharge
  • Timesaving sample forms for use with employers and employees
  • Includes sample policies, contracts, applications, pleadings, checklists, and letters requesting reasons for discharge
  • Timesaving sample forms for use with employers and employees
  • Discusses current investigation methods useful for representing either an employee or an employer
  • Discusses current investigation methods useful for representing either an employee or an employer