Conducting Internal Interviews
Conducting Internal Interviews: Dealing with Impaired Employees in the Workplace equips supervisors and managers with the knowledge and assessment skills to tactfully approach difficult situations regarding employee impairment and misconduct. Featuring Detective Sergeant Stefan Prentice of the Toronto Police Service Special Investigations Unit Liaison, this 20-minute video examines the importance of strong leadership, with tips to strengthen your leadership at work; workplace risks when dealing with employee impairment; Human Rights Code violations; the internal interview process; awareness tips and documentation; and a hierarchy of concerns, as well as workplace impacts.
Essential for any leadership role within an organization, such as management and human resources, this practical resource is suitable for any individual who wishes to increase their understanding about this important and complicated process.
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