Investigating Misconduct and Dismissals 2022 - 18 October 2022 (On Demand)


Follow fair and reasonable disciplinary investigations and dismissals – discover case law updates

Investigating misconduct is necessary if your employees have allegedly breached company policy or bullied or harassed others at work.

While investigations are common, the disciplinary process is often complex and case law shows how easy it is to make mistakes.

Do you want to find out how to follow fair and reasonable investigations that comply with the law? Would you like to know the latest case law to guide you on your decision-making?

Our webinar will give HR and managers an overview of investigation into disciplinary issues, plus practical tips on how to deal with misconduct.

We will explore recent case and changes to legislation relating to investigating misconduct and terminations.

In this webinar, you will discover:

  • How to investigate misconduct and complaints within your organisation that comply with the law
  • Manage difficult investigations, such as workplace bullying and health and safety issues, and criminal matters
  • How to work with an external investigator
  • What to include in an investigation report
  • Follow a fair and reasonable disciplinary process
  • Giving fair warnings
  • When you can terminate employment for serious misconduct
  • Case law updates and practical case scenarios will guide you and reduce the risk of litigation


18 October 2022


Attendees will have the confidence to:

  • Identify employment law obligations relating to investigations
  • Follow fair and reasonable investigation processes
  • Consult with staff to comply with good faith obligations
  • Engage an external investigator
  • Investigate misconduct in criminal matters
  • Consider evidence in investigations
  • Manage confidentiality and privacy
  • Give fair warnings
  • Follow your own disciplinary processes through to termination


This course is aimed at providing all Human Resources professionals, managers and business owners seeking practical guidance on managing staff.

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 disciplinary issues.


Julia Shallcrass, Employment Lawyer and Director, Kiwiboss Limited.


1.5 CPD Hours

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