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Tuesday 5 December 2023 | 8am-10am

Justitia’s Workplace Investigations Practice consists of an expert team of highly-skilled investigators and experienced legal advisors. We regularly support our clients in the delivery of their professional development, and in this Justitia offering, we distil many years of accumulated experience in investigating and managing complex scenarios, into one short session on top tips and tricks.

Our two-hour Workplace Investigations Masterclass aims to strengthen the skills of internal workplace investigation teams that will lead to defensible and fair employment decisions and outcomes.

The Masterclasses cover the following topics (2)
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Why choose this Masterclass?

At Justitia, we know workplace investigations. We understand that conducting an independent investigation as an external counsel investigator can be quite different from conducting an investigation as an internal human resources or compliance professional.

Internal investigators need to ensure their independence, manage internal pressures around timeliness and outcomes, and carry out work that is complex and requires a range of decisions to be made. Investigations need to be carried out in a way to enable the employer to make fair and defensible disciplinary decisions. This programme therefore focuses on the key challenges relating to scoping and drafting allegations, assessing available evidence and drafting clear and concise reports.

Register now for our next two-hour Workplace Investigations Masterclass on Tuesday 5 December 2023 run by Partner, Sarah Rey and Special Counsel, Meg Crawford.

Bookings close on 1 December 2023!

Special offer: A special 50% discount for previous training participants!

Tuesday 5 December 2023


Drafting allegations – 45 minutes

Assessing evidence – 30 minutes

Report writing – 30 minutes

Questions – 15 minutes

The cost for our Workplace Investigation Masterclass is $350 incl GST.

Participated in Justitia’s Conducting Workplace Investigations (CWI) Training Programme in the past?

All previous CWI Participants will receive a 50% discount!

A discount code will be sent to past participants via email that can be entered upon checkout for a discount!

Sarah Rey – Partner

Sarah is an lawyer, investigator, mediator, mentor, and trainer. Sarah is an experienced reportable conduct investigator and an Evolve accredited ally to ensure we provide a culturally safe experience for First Nations participants. Sarah has an intimate understanding of the processes for conducting sensitive and procedurally fair investigations and regularly conducts training to build the in-house capacity of organisations to investigate matters. Sarah has previously co-lectured on workplace investigations at the University of Melbourne, and helped found the Australasian Association of Workplace Investigators.

Meg Crawford – Special Counsel

Meg is an experienced lawyer, investigator and author. Meg regularly conducts training and likes sharing her knowledge, as one of Melbourne’s leading employment lawyers. She also carries out reportable conduct investigations, which require particular skills in empathy and rapport building. As an author, Meg brings her expertise to the task of drafting ‘fit for purpose’ reports.

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