INVESTIGATING THE VIEWING OF PORN IN THE WORKPLACE.
INVESTIGATING THE VIEWING OF PORN IN THE WORKPLACE. Keely Rushmore, employment partner at Keystone Law, writes in an article in People Management: “The employer should hold investigation meetings with the employee and any relevant witnesses, and, if there is sufficient evidence, it should invite the employee to a disciplinary meeting,” she said, noting that failing to do this could lead to an unfair dismissal claim, even if the behaviour was gross misconduct". BUT, what qualifies 'you' to manage those investigation meetings, known as 'investigative interviewing' in the professional investigation world? These are 'forensic' meetings, meetings that have capacity to destroy lives, [...]