Investigating Staff Misconduct 2020 - 1 April 2020 (On Demand)


Investigating misconduct may be necessary for any business.

Do you want to find out how to investigate misconduct and comply with the law? Do you need to address inappropriate behaviour and take disciplinary action?

This webinar provides an essential overview of investigation, plus practical tips for HR and managers dealing with misconduct. We will explore recent case and changes to legislation relating to investigating misconduct and terminations.

We will answer questions about how to investigate misconduct before it becomes a bigger issue – and consider the evidence you can request.

In this webinar, you will discover:

  • How to investigate misconduct and complaints within your organisation and comply with the law
  • Manage difficult investigations, such as workplace bullying and health and safety issues
  • How to interview witnesses using 3 key tips
  • Detect lying and other problematic behaviours
  • When you can terminate employment for serious misconduct
  • Case law updates and practical case scenarios will guide you and reduce the risk of litigation


1 April 2020


Attendees will have the confidence to:

  • Identify employment law obligations relating to investigations
  • Interview witnesses using our 3 key tips
  • Engage a third party to investigate misconduct
  • Meet good faith requirements including consultation
  • Investigate misconduct in criminal matters
  • Consider evidence in investigations
  • Manage confidentiality and privacy
  • Follow your own disciplinary processes through to termination


This course is aimed at providing all Business owners, CEOs, Managers, Team Leaders, Human Resources professionals and administrators seeking practical guidance on managing staff. It relates to anyone who employs or manages staff across every profession and industry, including government, education, law, accounting, construction, government, and hospitality.
This webinar is also useful for business professionals, such as lawyers and accountants, who want to keep their clients informed on best practice with respect to investigating misconduct.


Michael Hempseed, Managing Director, Employee Solution Service Ltd

Julia Shallcrass, Employment Lawyer and Director, KiwiBoss Ltd

1.5 CPD Hours

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • $215.00 excl. GST

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All registrants to a live webinar will automatically be sent a recording at the end of that week along with a full transcript of the webinar, regardless of whether you attended or not.

Sole practitioners

A discount on webinars is available for sole practitioners. Please contact us at NZ‑ to confirm eligibility.