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    "Managing Internal Investigations of Employee Complaints"

    Date: November 30, 2016, 5:30pm – 7:30pm
    Dorians 555 Washington Ave. Jersey City, NJ. 07310
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    We will cover some of the common investigation mistakes, ignoring complaints, failing to follow up with those involved, delaying investigations, losing objectivity, being distracted or aggressive during the interview, not conducting a thorough investigation, failing to reach a conclusion, or writing a written report.

    Ensuring a properly conducted investigation, addressing the pitfalls listed, should allow for a fair investigative process, further assisting HR professionals to also build morale and trust with the employees.

    Dominick Bratti is a Shareholder with Budd Larner, PC and chair of the firm’s Labor and Employment department.  He has represented employers in all areas of labor and employment law for over twenty nine years. 

    He is an experienced litigator and has litigated matters before federal and state courts as well as before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights, the Office of Administrative Law and state agencies throughout the country.  He has handled all types of employment matters, including claims of discrimination, sexual harassment, breach of contract and whistleblower litigation and successfully argued before the NJ Supreme Court and various other appellate level courts.

    He also advises and represents clients in all areas of traditional labor law, including collective bargaining, arbitrations, union organizing and in matters before the National Labor Relations Board and the New Jersey Public Employee Commission.

    Dominick has also written and lectured extensively in the area of labor and employment law and is a contributing author to Alito, N.J. Employment Law (1992); Alito, N.J. Employment Law (1999-2016) and 18 Goldstein and Goodman, New Jersey Practice Employment Law (West 1998).