Workplace Investigations


Title:Workplace Investigations

Date:Thursday, March 22, 2018

Time:1:00pm - 2:00pm EST

Webinar Outline

Workplace Investigations related to sexual harassment, workplace violence, and discrimination as well as bullying are becoming more and more common. Employers are under pressure to ensure all complaints are investigated. This webinar is designed to provide you with the foundation for conducting a workplace investigation.

Topics Discussed
  • The Investigator's Role
  • How to Identity Truthful and Deceptive Responses
  • Types of Questions
  • How to Set up the Room When Conducting Interviews
  • Reviewing Statements and What to Look For
  • Report Preparation


Jim Rovers Jim Rovers
Jim Rovers, SVP Operations - AFIMAC

Mr. Rovers has been actively involved in the fields of security, investigations and labour dispute for nearly two decades. With a background in manufacturing engineering, he has assisted many Fortune 500 companies in the development of contingency plans regarding security, transportation and temporary staffing. He has worked extensively throughout Canada and the United States on investigation of theft and narcotic issues in the workplace.

Mr. Rovers joined AFIMAC in 2004 as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. A former executive of HRPLD (Human Resource Professionals of London) and he is a member of ASIS, the American Society of Industrial Security. Mr. Rovers is in the process of completing his CHRP (Canadian Human Resources Professional) accreditation.

861 SW 78th Avenue, Suite B200
Plantation, FL 33324