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Investigation Basics: The Initial Report and the Decision to Investigate

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The success of your ethics and compliance program depends on effective workplace investigations.  But, to be effective, the investigation process must respond to the whistleblower’s concerns and address the issues raised by the allegation.  Does your process do that?

Watch Meric Bloch, compliance officer, investigator, author and speaker, as he explains some best practices for effective report intake and preliminary analysis.

Webinar viewers will learn:
  • How to debrief the reporter effectively
  • Addressing issues of confidentiality, anonymity and retaliation
  • Determining whether an investigation is warranted
  • Conducting a preliminary analysis of the report
  • Avoiding some common mistakes
Webinar Presenter

Meric Craig Bloch
Meric Craig Bloch

Strategic Advisor at Winter Investigations

Meric Craig Bloch is a Strategic Advisor, Designer, Trainer, and Investigations Coach at Winter Investigations.

Winter Investigations promotes the business success of its clients by helping them conduct thorough investigations using professional techniques and allocating resources efficiently. We help our clients maximize the value of their investigations, provide business-related intelligence, minimize business risks, and foster a speak-up culture.

Meric is passionate about investigations. He has 20+ years of experience as an investigator, subject-matter expert, investigations trainer, coach, mentor, and thought leader. He holds many certifications, including Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Financial Crime Specialist, Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional - Fellow, Certified Information Privacy Professional – Europe, and Professional Certified Investigator.

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