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How to Conduct Effective Workplace Investigations
How to Conduct Effective Workplace Investigations

You receive an email message detailing crude and suggestive instant messages an employee received from her co-worker. A manager passed over for (yet another) promotion calls you to report that he believes that it may be due to his race. While out to lunch with your friend, ...

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