May 16 | 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST
Conducting Workplace Investigations EEOC Style
The content of a workplace investigation using the guidance from the EEOC will be discussed during this webinar. Also up for discussion will be the scope of an investigation, the impartial investigator, the complaint process, making credibility determinations and why EEOC guidance should be utilized when conducting a workplace investigation.
- A method to conduct workplace investigations
- The need for training of investigators
- The consequences of the failure to conduct an investigation by a trained investigator
Mr. Billingsley has been a Tennessee attorney since 1980. For a number of years he was in private practice handling a variety of matters including insurance defense, employment relations and public law. He was appointed by the Tennessee Supreme Court as a hearing officer for the Board of Professional Responsibility and has served in that capacity for five years. He has taught courses at community colleges on law and banking, business law, real estate law, etc. He regularly makes presentations at state-wide association meetings on risk management, school law, employment law and municipal law. He also speaks at national association meetings. Since 1994, he has served as the full time city attorney for Kingsport, Tennessee, where he oversees the legal and risk management functions for the city. He represents the city and its school system in legal matters.